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  • Tinted road salt could mean happier residents

    From visibility to efficacy, municipalities opt for salt additives to improve winter road treatments.

  • Six excellent snow-and-ice control resources

    Resources ranging from APWA to industry experts and research boards.

  • Esri Releases Drone2Map for ArcGIS

    Drone2Map for ArcGIS, released today by Esri, turns raw still imagery from drones into professional 2D and 3D imagery products. The desktop app will mean that affordable imagery is available on demand for land analysis, infrastructure inspection, and monitoring events such as natural disasters and...

  • Esri Takes Top Award for Internet of Things Innovation

    Esri, the leader in geospatial technology, was honored at the TM Forum Catalyst InFocus event for the company's contributions to developing solutions for a more connected world. TM Forum, a global industry association for digital business, presented Esri and partners with the Most Innovative...

  • Nighttime Flow Analysis solution from Esri

    Tool lets users compare flow in expected and actual gallons per minute to identify sources of non-revenue water loss.

  • Students learn GIS

    Geographic information system provider gives GIS users a chance to give back to their communities by mentoring students throughout the nation.

  • The ROI on enterprise GIS tools

    Integrating GIS over multiple jurisdictions keeps a commuter rail project running smoothly.

  • Esri releases native app for Apple OS X

    Esri has released Explorer for ArcGIX on the Mac, a native OS X application to discover, view, and share maps.

  • Esri releases Heartbleed virus advisory

    The OpenSSL Vulnerability CVE-2014-0160 (Heartbleed) has been big news in the past week. Since learning about the vulnerability, Esri staff have been performing maintenance to validate, secure, and patch Esri servers and infrastructure to close this vulnerability and ensure Esri customers are...

  • Integrated GIS/GPS vehicle tracking system speeds dispatch

    Oregon's Eugene Water & Electric Board is doing the same amount of work with 16 fewer vehicles.