DEWBERRY TO PROVIDE ENHANCED QL1 LIDAR FOR FLORIDA PANHANDLE – Firm to provide data for U.S. Geological Survey following widespread impacts of Hurricane Michael
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.
This from Florida Today: Late last Friday, the architect and manager of Florida’s COVID-19 dashboard — praised by White House officials for its accessibility — announced that she had been removed from her post, causing outcry from independent researchers now worried about government censorship.
USGS scientists look to the past to learn about the future of Florida mangroves
Spatial Networks. You know, the cool, yet very busy, GeoTech company in Tampa/St. Pete. You’ve likely become familiar with them over the years, mainly because they really do seem to be everywhere! They’ve also been growing very rapidly so you’ll likely be hearing more and more as the team is very active, very vocal and […]
The Maxar News Bureau has released satellite images that DigitalGlobe collected October 12th over Mexico Beach and Panama City, Florida. Today’s imagery shows the incredible power of Hurricane Michael, with numerous homes literally ripped away from their foundations and many other structures that have been completely demolished or are missing altogether.
Everbridge Selected by Florida Division of Emergency Management to Develop New Statewide Emergency Notification System, ALERTFLORIDA – System to Provide Florida Residents, Businesses and Visitors with Location-Based, Event-Specific Life-Safety Messaging
GOLDSBORO, N.C. – Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) – GIS has become a mature technology. Over the past two decades, most cities in the United States have implemented a GIS program. The City of Boynton Beach, Florida is no exception. ‘
Will offer wide range of products, highly knowledgeable associates
Orlando, Fla. / Buffalo, N.Y. — Geocove, Inc., a leading provider of GIS-based technology that helps disaster management teams assess the magnitude of storm destruction and plan damage control and recovery operations, is opening new offices in Orlando and Buffalo.