GIS in Action: Protecting Our Nation’s Lands

Protecting the natural world may sound like a no-brainer, but it poses some unique challenges. Environmental experts need ways to ensure that conservation efforts are actually working, and geospatial technology is filling this gap. At the local and state level, parks and nature reserves help to preserve the environment. AtRead More

Devils Tower, the very first national monument, in Crook County, Wyoming

Minutes from Collapse: Addressing the Nation’s Crumbling Infrastructure

Many Americans celebrated this past Labor Day with time off from work, but crews working on the Liberty Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, put in some major overtime during the holiday weekend. On Friday, September 2, a fire broke out beneath a tarp where a construction crew was performing welding workRead More

crumbling bridge

What’s Next for Baton Rouge After the 2016 Flood?

For some residents of Louisiana, the flooding in Baton Rouge must feel like déjà vu. In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans and other parts of the South, many displaced residents flocked to Baton Rouge, a city that historically has had little, if any, flood damage. But theRead More

Residents of Baton Rouge piled up damaged belongings during cleanup efforts.

Have you attended a PUG?

PUG is short for Pictometry User Group, a learning day featuring presentations, trainings and demonstrations that is typically hosted by one of our county customers. Attending a PUG is a unique opportunity to learn how your county peers are using Pictometry products. The day provides an interactive environment to shareRead More

FutureView™ is headed to Nashville in August 2015!

CONNECT at FutureView, the Pictometry User Group conference.  Networking with fellow Pictometry customers will be top priority along with training, presentations and demonstrations. Witness for yourself why Nashville is one of the hottest destinations in the country.  Its welcoming spirit makes it a perfect location and a memorable backdrop forRead More