By On December 14, 2017

The Eyeball Perspective

Cartography offers an opportunity to view our world from a variety of unique perspectives. For thousands of years, cartographers have tried to create flat representations of our round planet by partitioning, measuring, mosaicking and controlling its surface. Modern cartography has further unlocked entire industries of analysis and intelligent decision-making about the land and our impact […]

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By On September 6, 2017

You’re Thinking About Open Data?

Open data is a trendy topic. From the federal portal to the Federal Geographic Data Committee’s GeoPlatform to state and local government open data portals, an increasing amount of government data is being made available as open data. What’s driving this? Citizens demand more government transparency and access to government-owned information. Many states, counties […]

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By On August 22, 2014

The Development of Crop Monitoring Tech: Part 1

In collaboration with Air Force Research Labs (AFRL), the Ohio State University (OSU) and the Design Knowledge Company (TDKC), our new research project could mean overall better crop yields, a benefit to both farmers and the general public alike.

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By On February 21, 2014

Public Website to Help Avoid Airport Obstructions

By guest blogger, Marianne Cardwell, subject-matter expert Over the years, we have had the opportunity to work on a number of airport-related projects. Right now, one of our most exciting aviation-related projects is to develop a public website for the South Carolina Aeronautics Commission (SCAC). In July 2012, Title 55 of the South Carolina code […]

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