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American City & County: The New Cloud Over Smart Cities

Smart-Cities

December 19, 2017

By Summer Benish

While 66 percent of U.S. cities are currently investing in smart city technologies, and 25 percent of those without smart city systems are exploring how to embrace this new frontier, there still is the question about the definition of a “smart city.”

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Partner Spotlight: Western Data Systems’ Magic Secret to P.L.A.N.I.T. Mobile Data Collection

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September 28, 2017

By Jimmy Jordan, GIS Solutions Consultant and Co-Owner

Western Data Systems (WDS) recently launched their own custom data collection application, P.L.A.N.I.T. (Points, Lines, Areas, Navigation, Information, Tasks) using the TerraGo Magic zero-code platform as a service. Jimmy Jordan, co-owner and GIS consultant, created the app himself in days using his industry expertise and the Magic click-not-code AppStudio. Here’s what he said about why WDS selected TerraGo:

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Sensors & Systems: Taking a Page from GPS History in Building TerraGo Magic

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August 30, 2017

By Summer Benish

Handheld geo-location is as old as the compass, but its use has accelerated at the speed of the smartphone over the past decade with the addition of GPS.

Government, industry and academia are in a never-ending search for ways to use location-based data, writes our own Mike Gundling, TerraGo’s Vice President of Product Development and Marketing, in a recent Sensors & Systems guest article titled, “Taking a Page from GPS History in Building Vertical Solutions.”

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CIO Review: Zero-Code Application Development Brings Harmony for CIO and COO

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August 4, 2017

By Summer Benish

Increasingly these days, a Chief Information Officer (CIO) has to defend IT turf from business peers who believe technological tools should be delivered more quickly and less expensively. Frequently that defense is conducted in the C-Suite, and it can be difficult when the turf is littered with broken promises of timely application delivery to a field force with technology acumen of its own, and with an eagerness to get the tools it needs to make jobs easier and more efficient.

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