The federal government is increasingly adopting industry best practices for earth observation and imagery workflows to improve service delivery and support the administration’s goals and other federal initiatives. At our recent event, three experts shared their takes on the ways imagery is modernizing workflows to enhance decision-making.
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While mobile and GIS technology have evolved, however, they remain independent of each other in many state and local governments. Combining the two technologies can fundamentally shift the way cities, counties and states enable access to information.
The complexity of the problem can’t be overstated. Opioid addiction can have many different causes, from over-prescribing opioids for pain to improper disposal methods of unused drugs and limited treatment and rehabilitation resources. But there is a solution that can address all of these complexities as well as increase awareness and connect opioid victims to… Read more »
Many government organizations conduct field operations. Whether it is a scientist validating remotely sensed data or a National Guardsmen performing damage assessment after a hurricane, field operations staff are crucial. At our recent MapUp, Optimize Field Operations with GIS, we learned how geographic information systems (GIS) can empower those personnel to optimize their field operations.
This blog is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent industry perspective, Creating Smart Installations With the Power of GIS. Download the full perspective here.
Every community has the potential to be a smart one. Learn how to leverage IoT to drive efficiency in your community or installation.
Fraud, waste and abuse plague every government agency. Learn how you can mitigate the consequences of these challenges with Esri’s ArcGIS.
Esri’s FedGIS Conference is just around the corner. Do you know what breakout sessions you will be attending?
Learn how Esri’s ArcGIS can help your agency visualize data to drive your mission.
Learn more about Esri’s Federal GIS Conference in Washington, D.C., a two-day event focused on how federal government employees can use GIS technology to achieve mission goals.