Back to the Future

The latest feature in TerraGo’s GeoPDF product line enables end users to view the past, current and even future conditions for any area of interest. GIS users can add interactive time-series visualization to maps and imagery that can be shared with non-GIS users, i.e. anyone, because you don’t need a software license or an online subscription to interact with time-enabled GeoPDFs. GIS professionals produce amazing work products that convey important issues or reveal valuable answers, but too often they end up relegated to flat, static images in a powerpoint or worse. And that’s especially a shame if you’ve ever seen

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GEOINT 2018: Low-Code is the Solution to the Data Dissemination Issue

It seems that every year we talk about solving the ultimate mobile ISR problem – getting intelligence to and from the tactical edge. Once again, this will certainly be a major discussion point at GEOINT 2018, which is being hosted on April 22nd – 25th in Tampa Bay, Florida. Collectively the GEOINT community has been working to find ways to fuse satellite imagery, material photogrammetry, signals intelligence, human intelligence, and open-source intelligence to create a Common Operational Picture (COP). Where we have fallen short is getting this data to the place it’s most needed – the tactical edge Getting to

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TerraGo Selected for Smart 50 Award

TerraGo was presented with a Smart 50 Award at Smart Cities Connect, an event which convened leading technology companies with city leaders from around the world in Kansas City. TerraGo was recognized with Ameresco for the Richmond Hill streetlight conversion project. Ameresco successfully designed, planned and installed over 10,000 smart street lights and deployed Itron’s Streetlight.Vision central management system. TerraGo’s cloud-based deployment system enabled work crews to commission network nodes and lights directly from their iPads, synchronizing these units with the Streetlight. Vision platform in the command center, reducing delays and eliminating errors. “We’re honored that our Richmond Hill project

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