- GPSengine announces new partnership and support of fifotrack’s trackers
- Bluesky and Bird.i Join Forces to Widen Access to Aerial Imagery
- Avineon Celebrates 25th Anniversary
- Aligned Assets Publish Two Case Studies Concentrating On Accurate Addressing Within the Police
- Supergeo’s New Reseller in Pakistan – Chaudhery Brothers
- GeoMarvel and GEO Jobe, Announce MapLapse in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace
- SimActive Used for Coastal Erosion Assessment with UAVs
- SuperPad 10 – A Revolution in Spatial Data Collection
- 5 Drones for Precision Agriculture
- Master Esri’s Collector in New 3-Day Workshop
Upcoming GIS, remote sensing, and geography events, conferences, and webinars.
GIS has been of interest to rail companies, NGOs, and governments attempting to minimize a variety of hazards that may affect the rail network.
Earlier studies in GIS were particularly focused on analyzing safe transportation that looked at where the safest routes might be in the transportation of radioactive materials. More recent studies have utilized the analytical capabilities in GIS for quantifying risk in the storage of radioactive materials.
How can retailers use mapping, or location to make their operations more efficient?