Hillsborough County Public Works Prepares for Zika with Outbreak Surveillance and Control

Published February 21, 2017 by Kaitlyn Thomas
The Mosquito Control Program of Hillsborough County Public Works, Florida was established to protect citizens against the more than 40 species of mosquitoes that reside in the county. Their fight against mosquito-borne illnesses involves controlling [...]

City of New Orleans – Outbreak Surveillance and Control

Published August 29, 2016 by Lori Page
Client The City of New Orleans, Louisiana (NOLA), GIS Department, The Health Department and The Mosquito and Termite Control Board. The client recruited 183 health corps volunteers to inspect all properties in the city for risk factors pertaining[...]

AG4LG Use in Helping Local Government Stay Accountable to its Citizens

Published June 19, 2015 by Infomedia
Williams County is located in the northwest portion of North Dakota. It lies on the border of the state of Montana and the County seat, Williston, is 70 miles from the Canadian border. In 2013, GISi worked with Williams County to establish an Ente[...]

Oxford Water Works & Sewer Board Unlocks the Power of ArcGIS for Local Government

Published May 1, 2015 by Infomedia
Oxford Water Works & Sewer Board is located in Oxford, Alabama - about an hour east of Birmingham, Alabama. Oxford has a population of 22,300 and Oxford Water has about 9,800 H2O customers in the community. A few years ago, Oxford Water was fa[...]

Desoto County Mississippi Implements GISinc OneView

Published November 10, 2014 by Infomedia
Desoto County, Mississippi implemented GISinc OneView, an HTML5/JavaScript framework that allows the county to use a lot of the traditional GIS functionality their users were accustomed to, but with an improved user experience that offers them access[...]

The City of Aurora Platform Alignment and Upgrade

Published November 5, 2014 by Infomedia
Prior to their upgrade, the City's existing My Place website application utilized Adobe Flash technology. The City needed a solution that would allow for the quick and easy production of mobile ready applications both specific targeted applications a[...]

Opelika Utilities – Supplying Clean, Plentiful Water with Digital Transformation

Published October 3, 2014 by Infomedia
Opelika Utilities, located in Opelika, Alabama, provides the city’s growing population with clean, plentiful water through innovative use of technology. Opelika currently serves nearly 20,000 customers and recently opened a new state-of-the-art tre[...]

The City of Daytona Beach Gets an ArcGIS Online Jumpstart

Published September 18, 2014 by Infomedia
The City of Daytona Beach, Florida had an established GIS program and had already utilized the services of GISinc to help with the implementation of the Local Government Information Model (LGIM). With a solid database schema implemented in an Esri be[...]

Simplifying GIS Implementation and Adoption through ArcGIS for Local Government

Published September 8, 2014 by Infomedia
When the City of San Mateo, California chose to migrate to Esri’s GIS software from Intergraph, a primary objective for them was to establish alignment with the ArcGIS for Local Government solutions to aid succession planning. Their goal was that e[...]

The City of Southfield Michigan Transitions to GISinc OneView

Published July 10, 2014 by Infomedia
In June of 2014, the City of Southfield transitioned from a legacy Silverlight to the GISinc OneView HTML5/JavaScript framework application. Combined with an upgrade to ArcGIS 10.2, an expanding adoption of Esri’s application templates, and further[...]