An Inside Look at FutureView 2017: Day 2

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FutureView® 2017 has come to a close. We are so grateful to all of our attendees, exhibitors, and staff members who made it a success, as well as Nashville’s Renaissance Hotel and Tequila Cowboy for hosting us. Here’s a recap of the second (and last) full day of FutureView: ForRead More

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An Inside Look at FutureView 2017: Day 1

FutureView® has arrived! The first full day kicked off at 8:00 a.m. with breakfast in the Renaissance Hotel’s Grand Ballroom, followed by the opening session to greet our attendees. Robert Locke, President of Pictometry® Government Solutions, addressed the crowd during the opening session. Out of all 10 FutureView conferences, heRead More

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Aerial imagery provides GIS managers and other professionals with a realistic bird’s eye view of a region, but it can’t always tell the full story. While an aerial image may present a realistic representation of the Earth, it can’t always portray things like elevation data accurately. Looking at LiDAR data,Read More

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February 2017 Calendar Image

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5 Things to Know Before You Head to FutureView

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In the summer of 2016, when augmented reality game Pokémon Go became an overnight sensation, people of all ages took to the streets to capture the cartoon creatures with their smartphones. The game, which relies on GPS, received praise for getting everyone out of the house. Yet it also presentedRead More

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People of EagleView: Project Manager Nick Rozaklis

Nick Rozaklis, Project Manager Hometown: Lima, NY Hire date: May 1, 2006   About Me: Have you seen “My Big Fat Greek Wedding?” If so, that’s practically my life. I am a first generation American of Greek immigrant parents. And if you were wondering the answer is no, my familyRead More

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