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Esri, Microsoft Partner to Provide Technology Support for Environmental Conservationists

Esri and Microsoft have jointly established a grant process to provide mapping and artificial intelligence tools to environmental conservationists. Eligible organizations and individuals can apply through the grant process to gain access to Esri’s ArcGIS geographic information system software and Microsoft’s cloud and AI platforms, Esri said Wednesday. “Understanding environmental data in …

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Carahsoft to Resell CompassCom’s Fleet Management Tools to Public Sector

Carahsoft Technology has agreed to serve as a value-added reseller of CompassCom Software’s fleet management platforms to the public sector through Carahsoft’s spot on the General Services Administration’s Schedule 70 contract vehicle. Carahsoft said Friday it will offer CompassCom’s Geographic Information System, Global Navigation Satellite System, Mobile Resource Management tool and other wireless …

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Esri Inks Cooperative R&D, Enterprise Agreements with DOE Lab, NATO

Esri has entered into a cooperative research-and-development agreement with the Energy Department‘s Idaho National Laboratory and a separate enterprise agreement with NATO. INL and Esri will collaborate to explore and develop prototype concepts related to location-based intelligence technology that can help secure critical infrastructure and missions, the company said Wednesday. Both parties …

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Leidos-Esri Team Deploys Cloud-Based System to Help NGA Generate Geographic Data

A team composed of Leidos and Esri has developed and implemented a cloud-based system for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to disseminate authoritative geographic data. Esri said Tuesday the platform uses geographic information system technology to support content delivery to the Defense Department and intelligence community. The system is based on Esri’s platform and designed to equip NGA analysts with tools and workflows that support feature …

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Navy Uses Esri’s Analytics Platform for Unmanned System Info Gathering

The U.S. Navy‘s Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command has used Esri‘s mapping and analytics platform with unmanned maritime vehicles in an effort to optimize information gathering ahead of ocean and near-shore operations. Esri said Thursday NMOC conducted the Unmanned System Operational Demonstration in Gulfport, Mississippi from May 30 to June 1 in a push to show how location …

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NGA Taps Esri to Join Geospatial Exchange Program; Jack Dangermond Comments

Esri has been chosen to participate in a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency program that will place NGA employees in temporary positions with academic and industry partners as part of efforts to increase their exposure to new technologies and methodologies. The company said Thursday the eNGAge program seeks to foster experiential learning opportunities that may help professionals expand their current …

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Esri’s Christopher Thomas: Location Data Can Help Agencies Prepare for Weather-Related Emergency

Christopher Thomas, director of government markets at Esri, has said location-based data can help public sector organizations prepare for critical weather events especially in the winter. “With the push for opening data, increasing transparency and controlling spending, many governments are finding new ways to communicate the strategy and dollars that go into …

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Esri to Offer DOE Lab Access to Spatial Analysis Tools via Enterprise Agreement

Esri is poised to sign an enterprise agreement with an Energy Department-funded laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to provide some federal research and development projects access to the company’s geographic information system. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory can leverage a full set of ArcGIS-based spatial analysis tools and add licenses on an as-needed basis as part of …

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Harris, Esri Forge Imagery Analytics Partnership for Federal Clients; Stuart Blundell Comments

Harris and Esri have signed a five-year enterprise agreement with the goal to help federal agency programs gain access to commercial imagery from small satellites, open data sources and unmanned aerial system platforms. Both companies aim to create geospatial intelligence data production applications and tools for federal customers to analyze data and imagery, Esri said Thursday. …

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DigitalGlobe Launches Web-Based Imagery Access Service; Dan Jablonsky Comments

DigitalGlobe has launched a new web-based subscription service for international defense and intelligence customers to access the satellite operator’s library of more than 2.7 billion square miles of imagery. SecureWatch is designed to combine multisource geospatial intelligence content such as satellite imagery with different refresh intervals and resolutions, geographic information system layers, …

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DigitalGlobe-Harris-Esri Alliance to Offer ArcGIS Users Satellite Imagery, Analytics Tech Access

DigitalGlobe, Esri and Harris have formed a partnership to offer ArcGIS customers access to a library of satellite imagery along with analytical and deep learning tools designed to help users gain insights from imagery at scale. The AllAccess+Analytics service combines DigitalGlobe’s Geospatial Big Data platform, Harris’ ENVI remote sensing analytics portfolio and Esri’s ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5 …

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Esri, ArcticDEM Develop New Elevation Models to Serve as Adaptation Tools for Groups in the Arctic

Esri and the ArcticDEM project have unveiled new elevation models and updated previously released systems to offer a resource for adaptation and planning to groups in the Arctic region that face potential climate change concerns. Esri said Tuesday that accessibility to its online platform will help ArcticDEM address a requirement elevation …

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