The once common saying “GIS is a fast-growing field” is quickly becoming outdated. It’s now widely apparent that utilizing advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to represent spatial data is vastly superior to the once-mighty...

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It’s that time again! The 2021 summer Olympics are about to begin. As a viewer of the Olympics, it is always impressive to see the picture perfect stadiums and modern facilities. Very rarely do we...

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A conversation between Jack Dangermond, president and co-founder of Esri, and Brian Haslam, president of Cityworks. This excerpt, pulled from a longer discussion, covers topics such as the future of GIS, software development, digital twins,...

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1. Since its inception, geographic information systems (GIS) has been a tool that helps communities gain insight through spatial data and analysis. The first documented use of GIS—more aptly described as spatial analysis—was by Charles...

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Vegetation Management is an essential part of ensuring that communities are safe and that vast areas of electric transmission and distribution infrastructure networks are protected. Utility Vegetation Management (UVM) is one of the largest recurring...

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This past year has brought unique challenges and has pushed everyone to reorient the way they manage their public assets and serve their community. We have been impressed by the resilience and innovation that has...

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Every urban forestry department faces unique challenges when it comes to their tree inventory. These challenges can range from ineffective field workflows to working in a limited cellular connection environment to keeping track of equipment,...

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Mike Stone Associates—a project management consulting firm—is utilizing Cityworks, ArcGIS, and a Nearmap integration to help them maintain public assets and organize data in the greater Houston, Texas, area. [embed]https://youtu.be/vh3M3yQ619g[/embed] Most project management firms can...

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When Vessel came onboard as a Central Arkansas Water (CAW) employee more than a year ago, the fanfare began, and it hasn’t let up. You see, Vessel is not like other employees. In fact, in...

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Fire Hydrants are perhaps the most popular piece of public infrastructure among dogs, but they often go unnoticed by us humans. Sure, we see them everyday, but do we really understand how much of an...

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