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By GeoBlogger on 3/24/2014 3:20 PM

By: Patrick Empey, Senior GIS Analyst; and Ricardo Duarte, Marketing Manager

How are your NCAA men’s basketball brackets shaping up? To see who’s in and who’s out, view this March Madness tournament map:

http://geodecisions.maps.arcgis.com/apps/OnePane/basicviewer/index.html?appid=c096f92622eb4eca932df17a0a21a0e1

By GeoBlogger on 2/24/2014 2:07 PM

By: Mark C. Lecher, Senior Project Manager

Esri® annual Federal GIS Users Conference (FedUC) recently occurred in Washington, DC. For those not familiar with the FedUC, the majority of participants either work in, or work with, the federal government. An Esri Gold-tier Business Partner, GeoDecisions was well-represented at the event with several attendees and an exhibitor booth. The conference is considered the primer that starts Esri’s new conference year.

By GeoBlogger on 2/20/2014 3:50 PM

By: Patrick Empey, Senior GIS Analyst            

From A to Z the United States has a strong presence at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Featuring 230 athletes sporting our red, white, and blue, the U.S. is represented in nearly every Olympic event. With so many chasing the gold, we wanted to know where these athletes called home. 

By GeoBlogger on 1/31/2014 9:03 AM

By: Roger Boissonnas, Technical Architect (GeoDecisions) and Sam Pociask, Associate Senior GIS Analyst (McMahon Associates, Inc.)

WORMS (aka, Work Order Management System) is a GIS-integrated platform that enables sewerage plant staff to efficiently schedule the day to day while making life a little easier. The browser-based web application also automatically creates work orders for recurring operations and maintenance activities based on a recommended schedule and when maintenance was performed. 

By GeoBlogger on 1/6/2014 2:45 PM

By: Kevin Yount, Senior Project Manager

It’s good to have choices. Too many options, however, can be a lot of work. When it comes to where your GIS and geospatial applications run, organizations have a myriad of possibilities. Recognizing that it can take a lot of time and energy to change existing setups, cloud computing platforms add a whole new dimension to hosting choices.

By GeoBlogger on 12/24/2013 11:15 AM

By: Brendan Wesdock, M.C.P., GISP

As we look forward to a fantastic 2013 finish and ringing in the new year, I am reinvigorated by our common goal – to serve our communities to the best of our abilities each and every day.

Please take a moment to watch and enjoy our holiday video postcard tidings, and have a safe and enjoyable holiday season!

By GeoBlogger on 11/22/2013 10:29 AM

By: Dave Gilbert, GISP, Senior Project Manager and Ricardo Duarte, Marketing Manager

As we know, Thanksgiving is not the only annual tradition for geospatial professionals this time of year. In the November spirit, GeoDecisions was out in full force to celebrate Central Pennsylvania (PA) GIS Day at the Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) Midtown Campus on Nov. 20.  

By GeoBlogger on 11/4/2013 1:55 PM

By: Kayla J. Kiphart Briggs, CFM, GIS Analyst

As highlighted in our Part One Overview, the Esri® ArcGIS Online platform is revolutionizing the geospatial industry by improving data flow. A new and evolving technology, ArcGIS Online has been gaining traction with GIS users in business communities around the world during the past several years.

By GeoBlogger on 10/24/2013 12:38 PM

By: Kevin Switala, GISP, Vice President

The Esri® ArcGIS Online platform is transforming the GIS professionals’ daily workflow by changing the way data is maintained, accessed, and shared. The ArcGIS Online Platform also greatly increases the accessibility of spatial data and functionality beyond the GIS professional.

By GeoBlogger on 10/10/2013 1:50 PM
By: Jonathan Greiner, Project Manager

The term “Social Media” evokes different reactions in different people, often based on personal experience of the individual. Wikipedia defines social media as “means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.”  For some, social media represents a tool for staying connected to a geographically diverse group of friends and loved ones.