/// Belgian Rail Company Reenvisions Worker Safety with High-Accuracy GIS
Belgium’s national railway is one of Europe’s busiest. Government agency Infrabel developed two GIS-based apps that track train and worker movements—one of which allows the agency to monitor the location of each field worker within 10 cm of accuracy. See how their GIS team is combining GNSS receivers, beacons, geofences, and a variety of smart field devices to improve safety, the number-one concern for railway organizations.
Last month Eos hosted a free, virtual high-accuracy data collection workshop—and our audience brought great questions! From Arcade scripts and feature layers to datums, canopy and coordinates, browse these questions and answers.
Did you miss our webinar with National Rural Water Association, Oldham County Water District, and Esri? No problem! Rewatch this hourlong recording to learn how rural water districts can quantify ROI and improve operations with GNSS & GIS.
Al’s Corner: Technical Tips
Current GNSS constellation status for November 25, 2022:
Every month, Eos releases a Customer Spotlight featuring impressive individuals who use GNSS to transform work at their organizations. This month, we wanted to take a moment to thank all the wonderful customers who have taken the time to share their stories with Eos.
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