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Earthquake Assistance – Assisting in the aftermath of the massive Ecuador earthquake by listing “Safe Place” locations from government listings. Disaster Debris – Estimating debris amounts to better prepare and respond to a major debris generating event. Earthquake-Landslide Susceptibility – Mapping the susceptibility of earthquake induced landslides using an artificial neural networks and factors such as slope, aspect, curvature and distance from drainage.
Flight Path – Simulating flight paths integrated with elevation data, imagery and other spatial data using Falcon View. Search for Flight MH370 – Crowd-sourcing the search for flight MH370 with satellite imagery provided by Digital Globe. Airspace Builder – Visualizing the air available to aircraft to fly in with 3D volumes using NASA’s World Wind. Air Traffic Control – Fine-tuning air traffic control with a common operational picture for security vulnerability and land use permitting. Drone No-fly Zones – Delineating drone no-fly zones where it’s illegal to fly such as near airports and military bases. Aeronautical Charts – Scouting out best routes, safe altitudes and navigation aids in the sky with aeronautical charts. Runway Approach Zone Encroachment – Pinpointing obstructions in the approach zone of a runway using detailed elevation data to ensure no collisions FAA Safety Analysis. Airport Sound Exposure – Assessing the relationship between aircraft-generated noise levels and land uses, noise receptors, and demographics in the airport environs. Fly Through – Cruising the high altitudes with interactive 3D viewing and fly-throughs with Landserf. Flight Simulator – Becoming a pilot in the cockpit with three-dimensional perspective views of an area by combined with elevation and imagery. Air Space Review – Automating the dissemination and portrayal of Special Activity Airspace information via OGC Web Services. Toyota Vehicle Crowd Sourcing – Piecing together hyper-precise and up-to-date maps using Toyota vehicle’s GPS and camera. In-Vehicle Usage – Monitoring driving habits like speed, sudden acceleration and pushing hard on the brakes for insurance underwriting. Geo Fencing – Immobilizing cross border travel with geofencing (virtual barriers) – perfect for car sharing and rental programs. Self-Driving Vehicles – Sitting back and relaxing while Google’s autonomous car does all the work equipped with Li DAR, GPS, an inertial unit and sophisticated software. GPS Receivers – Nurturing mapping technology as it’s almost standard to have a GPS receiver and a monitor with all the latest maps. Waze Real-Time Driving – Saving time and money on your commute as drivers share real-time traffic information and road alerts with each other with Waze. Estimated Travel Time – Locking in your destination and getting live updates for estimated travel time. Morgan Freeman’s Voice – Enjoying the calm, soothing voice of Morgan Freeman as he delivers directions from your GPS navigation system. Market Share – Examining branch locations, competitor locations and demographic characteristics to identify areas worthy of expansion or determine market share in Maptitude. ATM Machine – Filling in market and service gaps by understanding where customers, facilities, and competitors are with address locating, database management and query tools. World Bank Economic Statistics – Slicing and dicing raw financial data from the World Bank. Merger and Acquisitions – Profiling and finding opportunities to gain and build where customers are with market profiling 138.
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Combat Flight Planning Software (CFPS) – Previewing combat routes, weapon delivery and air drop planning in Falcon View. Reconnaissance Satellites – Spying on enemies with satellites – from Corona in 1959 to the tiny Cube Sat’s being used today. Base Construction Planning – Constructing a base site without it being visible from nearby major roads using the 3D skyline tool. GEOINT – Revealing human activity through the use of geospatial investigation and ultraviolet to microwave imagery. Military Simulation – Simulating ground vehicle in a highly realistic virtual world. US Army Corps of Engineers – Delivering vital public and military engineering services keeping geospatial information in mind. Pigeon Mapping – Spying on enemies in World War II with the Bavarian Pigeon Corps – a flock of pigeons equipped with cameras. Chokepoint – Safeguarding chokepoints like bridges or dams where critical infrastructure converge – explosions here would cause multiple effects. Bird Strike – Flying safely through the Bird Avoidance Model (BAM) – a temporal raster grids equal to the sum of the mean bird mass for all species present. Uranium Depletion – Mapping depleted uranium and preventing it from getting into the wrong hands. President Assassination – Preventing assassinations by understanding the logistics of a past one. Mobile Command Modeling – Setting up shop by finding the most optimal mobile command location. Common Operating Picture – Getting everyone on the same page with a Common Operating Picture. Military Mission Planning – Increasing operational awareness to helicopter pilots through 3D for conducting ingress and egress movement. Locational Intelligence – Creating safety and danger areas for ground-to-ground weapons (Surface Danger Zones) and air-to-ground Weapon Danger Zone. United Nations Peacekeeping – Peacekeeping by means of having the geographic necessary for humanitarian aid, developing peace in war-torn countries and providing the necessary support. Critical Features – Identifying threats to homeland security by collecting knowledge of the built and cultural environments. Tactical Planning – Deploying troops and military equipment to combat zones intelligently by searching compressed and quick-loading reconnaissance imagery. Motion Video – Capturing georeferenced video to assess anything such as operational status of an industrial plant, bomb damage on a target or length of a runway. Homeland Security – Addressing vulnerabilities and formulating preparedness measures in case of terrorism and emergency situations. Virtual Reality – Simulating military and training in a 3D environment using GIS data. Attack Modelling – Modeling a potential attack to legitimize the needs and have policy makers truly understand the consequences of an attack with preparedness expenditures. Helicopter Landing – Inventorying potential landing zones to helicopters unseen, unheard and on flat terrain. Guard Posting – Posting armed guards in optimal locations to eliminate chokepoints. 3D Fences – Building security fences with post interval and number of wires/boards with heights in a 3D GIS environment. War Maps – Familiarizing oneself with the enemy defenses and territory by mapping strategic attacks. World Trade Center – Responding to terrorist attacks including real-time data delivery, victim tracking, facility and resource vulnerability, data availability, implementation, environmental exposure and air monitoring (World Trade Center GIS Response) 245.
Georeferenced Video – Cataloging and retrieving full motion video using the Arc GIS Full Motion Video Add-In or Hexagon Geospatial Geo Media Motion Geo Video Analyst. Detecting IED – Monitoring disturbed surfaces one day to next to find Improvised Explosive Devices 247.