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Article from Mobile Enterprise: The Revolution of GPS Technology in the Workforce

Article from Mobile Enterprise: The Revolution of GPS Technology in the Workforce

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.

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Logan Simpson Helps Shape the Environment with TerraGo Edge

Logan Simpson Helps Shape the Environment with TerraGo Edge

June 23, 2015

By Mike Gundling

It’s very cool when we get to see our customers use TerraGo Edge for field work that’s either extremely important or very interesting. Logan Simpson Design (LSD) is certainly an example of both.

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GIS for the Masses

GIS for the Masses

June 18, 2015

By David Basil

According to an article in Forbes, people make 150 million maps a day with Esri® software. 150 million. 

It’s amazing when you consider the unmatched value of GIS for helping us better shape our understanding of the world we live in. The only thing that makes it more powerful is making it easier to share that understanding.

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TerraGo is in the collaboration business

TerraGo is in the collaboration business

June 16, 2015

By George Demmy

A while back I was on a plane next to a man with a small backpack branded with the logo of a company with whom we do business. Small talk revealed that he was on his way to Afghanistan to help with the stabilization effort. He asked me what I did, and I segued with "I work at a small software company called TerraGo". He stopped me there with "Oh TerraGo! I know you! The PDF guys! You're all over Afghanistan!"

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