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The city, part of North Carolina's Research Triangle, is using a digital twin model empowered by GIS and artificial intelligence to plan for and address urban heat. It drives understanding of how development and heat will interact.
The redesigned platform — believed to be the first of its kind at launch — enhances how residents, businesses and governments can access and view statewide land ownership data. Mobile performance and print functions are also improved.
A California State University, Long Beach program that tagged juvenile sharks, tracked them in real time and alerted lifeguards by text has run out of state funding and may end. It currently monitors around 235 sharks.
DC Compass, a new GenAI-based tool launched by the district in partnership with Esri, offers users answers to data-related questions. It is now available in a public beta version to improve its speed and accuracy.
The new 2023 Geospatial Maturity Assessment report from the National States Geographic Information Council evaluated 46 states and Washington, D.C. It highlights successes and disparities in GIS integration, and emphasizes collaboration.
The Aurora City Council is considering a $408,300 contract for satellite mapping services for departments throughout City Hall. The service would come through the California-based Environmental Systems Research Institute.
The gov tech vendor is working with DATAMARK to provide emergency responders with more access to GIS data and experts. The move reflects the growing interest in GIS to improve state and local operations.
New Mexico’s largest city is deploying technology from Tyler Technologies designed to automate planning, health inspection, permitting, wildlife management and other tasks. A city planning official explains why the city needs the new tools.
For state and local government agencies across the U.S., GIS technology has the power to inform decision-making, impact funding and improve the constituent experience through various applications.
With Thanksgiving days away, GIS technology has been helping cities and local organizations understand how and where food insecurity impacts residents in their communities so they can prepare accordingly.