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Congratulations to USGIF 2020 Achievement Award Winners!
June 18th, 2020
Carahsoft congratulates Mark Skoog and Dr. Loyd Hook for winning a United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) 2020 Achievement Award!
- Tagged GEOINT 2020, GIS, NASA, USGIF, USGIF 2020
3 Predictions for How Virtual Reality Will Revolutionize Geospatial Intelligence
April 13th, 2018
With GEOINT around the corner, there has been a lot of speculation in the geospatial community around the role of VR and 3D modeling in data exploration.
- Tagged 3D Modeling, Geographic Data, GEOINT, Geospatial, Virtual Reality
3 Lessons Learned by a Technical Evangelist from 20 Years of Public Sector Collaboration
March 16th, 2018
In my role as a technical evangelist, and CTO of sorts, I’m starting my journey here by looking at Carahsoft solutions holistically.
The Power of Digital Experience: What New Technology Revealed About the USS Arizona and Pearl Harbor
December 6th, 2017
Now that technology has advanced to capture digital experiences, anyone can virtually dive the ship and handle 3D prints of artifacts from the USS Arizona’s deck.
- Tagged 3D Survey, Autodesk, LiDAR, Navy, Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona
NGA to Provide a Gateway for GEOINT Suppliers with New CIBORG Initiative
June 22nd, 2017
CIBORG allows the NGA to access & acquire commercially available geospatial services & products through GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules Program.
- Tagged GEOINT, Geospatial, GIS, Government Technology
Crowdsourced Geospatial Data Takes Precedence
September 27th, 2016
Crowdsourcing isn’t a new idea, but it is a novel concept for many government agencies, especially when it comes to data collection. Several innovative programs across the public sector are effectively crowdsourcing GIS data to augment existing data sets, enhance traditional processes, improve emergency response, and more.
- Tagged Army, Boundless, Geofeedia, Geospatial, Open Source, Social Media
Taking Control Over Airport Infrastructure Projects: The Internal Program Office
September 6th, 2016
Airports have seen a huge increase in passenger and cargo activity over the past few years. To accommodate this sudden boom, an estimated $75.7 billion will be spent through 2019 on capital improvements and rehabilitation of existing facilities. In order to give airport infrastructure managers the control they desire, proprietors are bringing the planning, design, and engineering processes in-house, creating an Internal Program Office (IPO).
- Tagged Autodesk, Digital Strategy
Understanding the Flexibility of Open Source Licensing
August 29th, 2016
Open source geospatial software use continues to grow, as more users realize the value it brings an organization in reducing license management and costs, preventing single vendor lock-in, and promoting interoperability. As a result, Boundless now has a number of partners and integrators who have developed both open and closed solutions on top of Boundless Suite.
- Tagged Boundless, Geospatial, GIS, Open Source, Open Source Solutions
The Limitless Possibilities of Geospatial Mapping
July 22nd, 2016
When it comes to project design, management, and implementation, planning for the future does not need to be a daunting task. Leaders can think forward successfully if the right tools are selected from the start to appropriately plan for project budget and duration.
- Tagged AutoCAD, Autodesk, Geospatial, Geospatial Mapping, LiDAR