Public Safety Technology: 5 Essential Takeaways

EagleView® recently released its Current Technology Trends in Public Safety eReport. The report explores the challenges emergency response personnel face and the public safety technology solutions that serve civilians and first responders alike. These issues affect law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, and E9-1-1 communicators as well as theRead More

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G-I-Yes: EagleView is Now on GISCafé

We are excited to announce that we now have a guest blog on GISCafé! GISCafé provides news and resources for the GIS industry, and we’re excited to lend our experts’ voices to this hub for professional and aspiring mapmakers all over the world. Our first entry, “Navigating Emergencies, Preventing Tragedies: Indoor MappingRead More

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LiDAR 101: A Q&A with a Pictometry Expert

You may have heard of LiDAR, but how much do you really know about it? We asked our LiDAR & Surveying Manager Robert Stevenson to give us a crash course in this versatile technology. First off: what is LiDAR? LiDAR, which is short for Light Detection and Ranging, is aRead More

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7 GIS Solutions 9-1-1 Dispatch Centers Use Every Day

Like the first responders they communicate with, 9-1-1 dispatchers work extremely high-pressure jobs. Dispatchers have more to do than stay calm on the line with callers; they are also responsible for directing emergency personnel to the scene of an incident. Giving an incorrect address or omitting vital information about aRead More

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5 Key Factors in Urban Planning

Have you ever been able to navigate your way through a new city with ease? If so, you can thank an urban planner. Urban planners, who are also called regional planners, collaborate with local government officials and city residents alike to determine what an area needs and which improvements willRead More

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Pictometry® Heads to Esri®

As a gold partner of Esri, we look forward to the Esri User Conference every year. Our team is boarding the plane and ready for an exciting week of GIS and 3D modeling in San Diego. So where can you expect to find us throughout the week?   Imaging &Read More

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Share Your Story at FutureView 2017

Do you have a Pictometry story to share? We are seeking world-class customer presentations for FutureView 2017. Share your best practices, innovative uses of our products or insights into the technology that impacts our industries. We understand that the best way to learn is through each other. Your experiences areRead More

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A Passion for Pictometry

By: Trent Casi, Pictometry Infrastructure Solutions Manager for the Pictometry Central Region Denver, Colorado Having grown up on the east coast, I’ve have always had an interest in “the location of everything,” whether it be an extreme weather event or the best mountain bike trail in the region. In 2004,Read More

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Imagery & GIS Team Up to Help Wood Buffalo Manage Growth & Serve Residents

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in northeastern Alberta, Canada has seen constant growth throughout the past several years. With an estimated population of approximately 230,000 people by 2030, serving residents and keeping up with development can be chaotic. When the amount of growth became overwhelming, they turned to Pictometry®Read More

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Endless Possibilities for 3D Modeling

Pictometry is a leader in developing photorealistic 3D models in many industries, but most recently those businesses in infrastructure are finding it to be more and more important to see photorealistic representation of their assets. Whether captured by a traditional aircraft or a drone, Pictometry’s high-resolution ortho and oblique imageryRead More

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