The U.S. Postal Service is looking at creating new address and geospatial services to expand its revenue streams.
In a cybersecurity advisory, the National Security Agency warned mobile device users that they could be inadvertently revealing their location and risking missions.
Staff at Tennessee State Parks built GIS apps to assess risk to visitors and staff, keep the governor’s office informed and alert the public to changes in parks’ status.
DOD technology officials blasted a FCC decision to allow a commercial wireless firm to come online despite possible interference with GPS transmissions.
The Census Bureau has launched a resource page that highlights demographic and economic data decision-makers can use for more effective response to the pandemic.
Engineers say it’s possible to connect a network of sensors through quantum entanglement, opening a door to unprecedented levels of sensitivity in GPS navigation, medical imaging and astronomy.
Researchers are working to help inspectors make quicker, easier and more accurate determinations about the structural integrity of bridges.
LiDAR-based technologies can help public-safety agencies prepare for and respond to emergencies, ultimately saving lives and property.
The city's Transportation Department has turned a back-office tool that maps construction projects inside-out, letting residents of and visitors receive notifications about work that could affect their travel plans.
Geospatial data can become personally identifiable information, so cities must reconcile the competing goals of access and privacy with the need to securely share data, a new report says.
The space agency will be conducting a year-long test of its toaster-sized deep space atomic clock, designed to make sure spacecraft can navigate accurately and autonomously on journeys to Mars and beyond.
Modern EAM systems integrated with GIS, mobile and automation capabilities can help reduce downtimes, minimize asset replacement costs and improve overall city services.