Data Helps Marketers of Over-The-Counter Remedies and Retailers Pinpoint Marketing Opportunities
Are you a Story Mapper who loves to tell multi-media, feature-rich stories using the ArcGIS Online Story Maps tools? Well, here’s your opportunity to be recognized by sharing a story of your sustainable development goals. From Esri… Are you ready to join storytellers worldwide in a competition for positive change? For this year’s annual StoryMaps […]
The Country’s Ministry of Health Is Tracking Pandemic Cases with New GIS Resources
Remember Rebekah Jones, the fired GIS data scientist? Well, it seems she is following her passion to share public data and has deployed a new dashboard that shares coronavirus, health-related data from the state of Florida. Simply put… enter FloridaCOVIDAction.com.
As part of World Oceans Week, on Monday, June 8, Esri is teamed up with Napa, Calif.-based Mission Blue to map “Hope Spots” to preserve protected marine areas. Using Esri’s ArcGIS, Mission Blue is able to identify areas to inspire community engagement and engage policymakers in conservation efforts.
Terramonitor launches a Web Store that provides easy access to analysis-ready satellite images and up-to-date satellite maps. By processing thousands of satellite images per day with AI and cloud computing, Terramonitor provides revolutionary tools for monitoring and analyzing the globe from space.
The new 97th edition helps would-be travelers plan for better days
The City of Victoria has rolled out its annual map of blooming cherry and plum trees throughout the region. The interactive map pinpoints different types of blossoming trees across the city depending on the time of year. (Source: CFAX1070)
BestPlaces.net, a small firm in Portland Oregon, has released several data sets to help health professionals and policymakers gain insights into how severely COVID-19 might impact counties, metro areas and states. BestPlaces has amassed an unparalleled collection of data on every city, town, state, metro area, county and zip code in the U.S. and is […]
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