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UAS Improves Project Efficiency in Complex Runway Redesign

Monday, June 12th, 2017 By Woolpert Labs cool things, fresh ideas

With the recent addition of new pilots across multiple disciplines at Woolpert, we are constantly leveraging unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) technology for new applications. In particular, we are focusing on how we can integrate the imagery and data produced from UAS into our design work. Recently, our teams used the technology for the construction monitoring of […]

Live from Esri DevSummit 2017

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 By Woolpert Labs fresh ideas

This is a big year for Woolpert in terms of GIS: we have been Esri Business Partners for 20 years! Below is a picture of Layton Hobbs, Woolpert Director of IT and R&D, myself, and Jack Dangermond with a plaque for our 20 years of partnership. Woolpert sent a big team to both the Partner […]

Getting More Bang for Your Buck: How to Select a TMDL Compliance Tool

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 By Woolpert Labs cool things, fresh ideas

Whether you are looking to order take-out, manage your finances or simplify a task, a plethora of web-based tools exist to meet your needs. But how do you know which one to select?

Cloud Technology for Data Delivery: Successes and Lessons Learned

Thursday, December 15th, 2016 By Woolpert Labs fresh ideas, success stories

The cloud isn’t the future. It’s the now. And for our firm, it means more than a simple place to store your music collection. Recently, we used Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Services to deliver our imagery to a large client, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), which is comprised of 16 counties. […]