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311GIS Helps Goldsboro, NC Manage Citizen's Concerns

February 14, 2013 - in Corporate

Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) welcomes Goldsboro, N.C. to the community of 311GIS users.  311GIS is an easy-to-use online solution for citizen issue reporting. Goldsboro, NC is currently using 311GIS for web, Android and IOS. 311GIS is an easy-to-use…

Nominations Sought for URISA's GIS Hall of Fame

February 1, 2013 - in Projects, Smart Cities

The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) is seeking nominations for its GIS Hall of Fame. URISA established the GIS Hall of Fame…

A Tidal Shift in Water Network Management

September 24, 2012 - in Feature, Featured, Wastewater, Water

Water consumption worldwide is on the steepest of hockey stick curves—since 1950, annual consumption has tripled, and in 2006 passed 4,300 km3… that’s…

Sensor Sensibility: Sensors Transform the Information Ecosystem

June 25, 2012 - in Column, Featured, Sensors

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Sensor Sensibility. This column will focus on a number of topics related to sensors ranging from sensor platforms to sensor data, standards to architectures. Sensors are transforming the information ecosystem, providing an…

Putting the 'Where' Into Your Analytics

June 12, 2012 - in Analysis

At EDENS, a developer, owner and operator of community shopping centers on the East Coast, blending geographic information systems (GIS) and business analytics has enabled a competitive advantage in a fast-paced, crowded market. The Columbia, S.C.-based company…

Min Stad (My City) Gothenburg Provides a 3D Virtual City for Citizen's Debate

May 29, 2012 - in Modeling, Projects, Smart Cities

The City of Gothenburg and the City Planning Office is developing a new arena for the citizens of Gothenburg for communication and debate concerning city development; Min Stad (My City). The web portal contains a photorealistic 3D city model where users can…