Articles in the GIS Category
Wolbachia releases in high-density urban areas are expected to be highly cost-effective and could potentially be the first cost-saving intervention for dengue. Sites with strong public health infrastructure, fiscal capacity, and community support should be prioritised
Oliver J. Brady
Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK.
Department of …
With trends such as data analytics, IoT, AI, VR etc. gaining popularity across the globe, we can expect GIS to also see the transformation and also aid in how organisations around the globe utilise these technologies in the future
Co-Founder & Director, Transerve Technologies, India
In the past decade, there has been an increased adoption of …
As coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) struck Florida, Sarasota began locking down its municipal buildings, and the daily workload of many city employees waned
Director of Marketing at Eos Positioning Systems.
A parking enforcement officer and city clerk are part of an innovative project in Sarasota, Florida. Municipal staff whose traditional daily work has decreased due to …
The safety of engineering structures requires periodic inspection. Assessing the condition of the structure and its behavior cannot be done without a regular and frequent monitoring by establishing a network of geometric auscultation. The contribution of an analytical tool in the management of this network is the purpose of this work…