July 2, 2015
By John Timar
When we looked around the Exhibition Hall at the Washington Convention Center, we saw a lot of partners and competitors that have world-class technology and do great work serving the core GEOINT stakeholders and processes. And while the traditional geospatial workflows remain a priority, GEOINT 2015 gave us the opportunity to talk about and explore the next frontier of geospatial intelligence and arguably those stakeholders being underserved today.
June 30, 2015
By George Demmy
It's hard to believe that TerraGo has been around for ten years, and me along with it the whole time. When we started TerraGo, it was with the intent of making geospatial information more generally available and useful than it might otherwise be by creating tools that could create and exploit georegistration metadata in PDF documents, branding the products with the GeoPDF trademark. Now TerraGo has grown larger than just GeoPDF, especially with the introduction of TerraGo Edge. However, that essential mission of making geospatial information more accessible and relevant remains intact, a decade later.
June 30, 2015
By Mike Gundling
You've seen them on construction sites and next to highways, sometimes mounted on tripods or in the hands of field crews. Not long ago, companies in industries such as utilities, transportation and construction paid $10,000 or more for a traditional single-function GPS handheld to perform surveying and mapping functions.