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Lessons Learned from Disaster Response in the Age of Mobility

Lessons Learned from Disaster Response in the Age of Mobility

April 7, 2016

By Mike Gundling

The process of preparing for disaster response has taken on a new look with lessons learned from Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, disasters in Haiti and Japan, wildfires in the Northwest, winter floods along the Mississippi and terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino.

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State of Louisiana Makes the Leap to Mobile Inspections with TerraGo Edge

State of Louisiana Makes the Leap to Mobile Inspections with TerraGo Edge

April 4, 2016

By Mike Gundling

Maintaining a 1,100-mile system of levees in Louisiana is a never-ending task for the state’s Department of Transportation and Development. Conditions of the structures, critical for flood control, are dynamic with burrowing animals, erosion, closures that rust, valves that wear out and pumps that need repair – all requiring regular review.

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When is something done?

When is something done?

March 29, 2016

By George Demmy

The version 6.8.5 release of TerraGo Publisher, Composer, and Toolbar begged the question: when is something done? This is, of course, a topic that has been explored in sundry blog posts and those LinkedIn articles titled something like 9 Ways To Know Your Stuff Ain’t Done, but it is something that can be subtle and highly contextual.

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Speed on Tap

Speed on Tap

March 17, 2016

By Mike Gundling

When you have thousands or even millions of assets under management, like many of our utilities, energy, engineering and government customers, inspections consume a lot of man-hours and a lot of money. That’s why our customers asked us to help them accelerate mobile inspections in the TerraGo Edge user interface.  

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