A collaborative effort is mapping leaky gas pipes.
In South Carolina, mapping played a critical role in situational awareness and damage assessments before, during and after the extreme weather event.
The city plans to “open source” the computer code for the application in the coming weeks, offering a way for other local governments to replicate the project.
Leading a state effort to successfully aggregate datasets from all of Indiana’s 92 counties.
Putting city services on the map, literally.
Connecting citizens to their government in new and innovative ways.
Kenton County, Kentucky, is using intelligent maps and apps to provide citizens with the data intelligence they need.
State and local agencies are sharing geospatial and video information from sensors to keep the public safe during a tense convention.
San Bernardino County once thought consumers avoided services because of the stigma attached.
The city has modified a map-based, GIS tool to help it coordinate all public safety operations during the large-scale event and beyond.
The platform leverages the District of Columbia’s open data to “level the playing field” when it comes to development.
Helping citizens build smarter communities through GIS technology the can help spur innovation, form connections and ultimately lead to action.
Zika-transmitting mosquitos can breed in a teaspoon of standing water. Data-rich maps and GIS software allow counties to stay one step ahead.
A newly released online tool has an interactive map that includes information about contracts to take down individual structures.
Rather than coding, youth hackers in the New Jersey city used story map software and HUD data to analyze pressing city issues.
QR code-enabled, its simplicity is easy for other counties to replicate.
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