/// New Jersey City Ditches Paper Maps for High-Accuracy GIS
About 22 miles southwest of New York City, 30,000 residents call Rahway, New Jersey, home. Until recently, the city’s engineers would capture sanitary sewer and stormwater system utility data in paper flat files, which over time became difficult to update, maintain and share. With a vision toward creating an enterprise GIS, the city embarked on an initiative to digitize and streamline both internal and external information requests. Today, the city has been to capture all existing asset locations in real time with survey-grade accuracy, while developing a workflow with third-party contractors for capturing new installations. See how Rahway has transformed its data-capture and sharing methods using Arrow Gold, ArcGIS Field Maps, and ArcGIS Survey123.
The Garry oak tree enables an ecosystem filled with 100+ unique and endangered plant and flower species. The Nature Conservancy of Canada uses high-accuracy GNSS to help preserve and monitor these trees, the ecosystems they anchor, and the endangered species contained therein
Canadian organizations across many varied sectors are achieving quantifiable ROI and qualifiable value from recent adoptions of high-accuracy GNSS.
Al’s Corner: Technical Tips
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