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Hub, Pro, Big Data – Our UC Tech Takeaways

Published August 23, 2017 by Kaitlyn Thomas
Esri’s User Conference has come and gone but the excitement around the future of location based technology and the platforms supporting it are still very much a part of every discussion we have here at GISinc. I’d like to take a few moments and r[...]

Is Your Utility Network Ready for Digital Transformation?

Published February 8, 2017 by Kaitlyn Thomas
On November 10, 2016, GISinc participated alongside Esri and Opelika Utilities in presenting the “Digital Transformation: How to get there with ArcGIS” webinar. Please review our below responses to a few common questions asked by webinar atten[...]

PODCAST: Location Based Real Time Data Drives Zika Strategy

Published August 25, 2016 by Lori Page
Kevin Stewart, Managing Partner State and Local Government, GIS Inc. talks about technology that is in place in cities and states to track and control vector borne diseases like the Zika virus, how important citizen engagement is for reporting proble[...]

PODCAST: Indoor Navigation Helps Manage Health Care Facilities

Published July 19, 2016 by Lori Page
Sonny Beech, Senior Business Development, GISinc. talks about the reasons indoor navigation has been slow to catch on, how the technology that tracks sensors or smart phones indoors is being used for emergency response training, and innovative uses f[...]

Part Two — Biggest GIS Challenges for Local Government

Published April 21, 2016 by Lori Page
In Part One of our series, we listed some of the biggest challenges we know local government GIS departments are facing. In this follow-up article, we want to share how local governments are in fact “working smarter, not harder” to overcome these[...]

Part One — Biggest GIS Challenges for Local Government

Published April 18, 2016 by Kaitlyn Thomas
Local governments across the nation continue to face a fundamental challenge to provide more with less. An influx in tax revenue has led local governments down a path of cutting budgets to fill the gaps — yet the demand for services and informa[...]

The Impacts of the 400 Foot COA on the GIS Community

Published April 6, 2016 by Brian Murphy
Only years ago, the collection and processing of orthoimagery to act as a base layer for geographic information systems (GIS) was limited to only those who could afford a plane and an expensive aerial camera, then came the emergence of drones to help[...]

2016 Esri Developer Summit – Day Three Recap

Published March 11, 2016 by Lori Page
Editor’s Note: The following is a summary of notes from GISinc’s developers at the Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs.   Jason Worrel On this full day of sessions at the Esri Developer Summit, it was hard to pick something to cal[...]

2016 Esri Developer Summit – Day Two Recap

Published March 10, 2016 by Lori Page
Editor’s Note: The following is a summary of notes from GISinc’s developers at the Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs. Be sure to stop by tomorrow for 3rd-day notes from the event.   Kevin Bupp A great speaker will often capture [...]

GISinc Proud to Receive Esri’s Federal Small Business Specialty

Published March 10, 2016 by Colby Free
As some of you may know, our BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) at GISinc is to "Be the Premier GIS Firm to Work For and With". The "with" cannot be stressed enough when it comes to partners, which is why we are excited about receiving Esri's Federal Sm[...]