January 25, 2019
As the GEOINT Community expands beyond traditional defense and intelligence arenas, so do innovations that marry geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) technology with the Internet of Things (IoT) and cybersecurity to create smart cities and smart military bases.
August 23, 2018
US energy provider ComEd has partnered with smart utility solutions firm TerraGo to improve management of smart streetlights.
The solutions firm has supplied the energy provider with two mobile apps that will help automate the inventory, installation and commissioning of approximately 140,000 smart streetlights.
July 31, 2018
One of the biggest challenges facing the construction of pipeline projects is that they operate in a dynamic, complex environment where external bottlenecks and stakeholders can introduce excessive delays and costs.
To meet those changes, contractors and pipeline managers are increasingly being asked for data to support regulatory compliance, cost management, safety and maintenance objectives — the meat and potatoes of the industry.
May 24, 2018
TerraGo, a provider of dissemination and collaboration software for defense and intelligence agencies, has announced the availability of R3 for immediate download in the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) GEOINT App Store.
April 12, 2018
In years past, adding new capabilities to extend defense and intelligence platforms has seemed like a monolithic quest to rebuild the platform itself—as if with every new requirement came the need to reinvent the wheel. Compounded by slow-moving federal procurement systems, adaptability of critical platforms moved at a glacial pace, especially as the platform’s popularity and operational value grew.
April 12, 2018
Smart streetlight company TerraGo has been presented with a Smart 50 Award at Smart Cities Connect in Kansas, an event which convened leading technology companies with city leaders from around the world.
April 11, 2018
Broader smart city functions could come later, but the clever, cost-saving LED lights will at first stick closer to illumination purposes.Broader smart city functions could come later, but the clever, cost-saving LED lights will at first stick closer to illumination purposes.
In another reminder that there's “smart” and then there's “really smart,” the large town of Richmond Hill, Ontario, has replaced conventional street lights with smart, Internet-connected LED luminaires that have slashed energy and maintenance costs, but where the really smart stuff is yet to come.
December 21, 2017
The hurricane season has never been as devastating and widespread, with storm-driven power outages challenging utilities in ways difficult to imagine before Harvey struck Texas, Irma hit the Caribbean and Florida, and Maria destroyed Puerto Rico's electric grid, leaving all of its 3.4 million residents without power.
November 1, 2017
The sea service needs to develop a sustainable solution rather than relying on the NGA.
The U.S. Navy has outsourced geospatial intelligence at sea, delaying its investment in a solution to this core intelligence competency for the afloat commander. The service needs to train its analysts to produce geospatial intelligence and acquire software and hardware for them. A cost-effective systems solution exists, but the lack of commitment to geospatial intelligence holds the Navy back.
August 28, 2017
Ever since the first GPS satellite went aloft–and especially since the first smartphones and tablets provided GPS positioning–government, industry and academia have been in a never-ending search for new ways to use location-based data. Environmental organizations conduct wetland delineation surveys. Transportation companies track trucks and trains. Public-service officials seek law-enforcement and emergency preparedness solutions. Utilities seek efficiencies for maintaining power and pipeline infrastructure, and on it goes.