Posts Categorized: Case Study

Wildlife surveys

Better Seal and Sea Lion Surveys Through GIS By Bryan Wright, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Editor’s note: When members of the Marine Mammal Program staff of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) changed from film to digital image capture for their annual aerial pinniped survey, they used this opportunity to more… Read more »

Beach erosion and education

Hawaiian High School Students Use GPS-Photo Link Software to Study Beach Erosion THORNTON, Colorado, USA, 6 September 2006 – Students at Kealakehe High School in Hawaii will be hitting the beaches this year with GPS-Photo Link software from GeoSpatial Experts of Thornton, Colo., to study the extent and possible causes of shoreline erosion. The study… Read more »

Document and analyze the enemy dangers that threaten convoys delivering supplies and fuel to bases located throughout Iraq

GPS-Photo Link and Ricoh Pro G3 Helps US Forces in Iraq Route catalogue would not be possible without software Thornton, CO, April 8, 2005 — Over the past few years GPS-Photo Link has been utilized by countless organizations, government agencies, and universities – now it is being used to help the keep our troops safe… Read more »

Homeland security seminar adopts GPS-Photo Link to teach critical infrastructure protection

Homeland Security Seminar Adopts GPS-Photo Link Software to Teach Critical Infrastructure Protection THORNTON, Colorado, USA, 30 April 2007 – The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is using GPS-Photo Link software from GeoSpatial Experts to teach state and federal officials how to perform surveys of critical infrastructure and sensitive areas. The photo-mapping software has been… Read more »

Situational awareness to police before major events

GPS Photo-Link Software Provides Situational Awareness to Police Before Major Events THORNTON, COLO., July 2006 – TATE Inc. is using GPS Photo-Link software from GeoSpatial Experts to enhance the situational awareness of police and security personnel assigned to provide protection at public events. As a provider of training and support to organizations with personnel operating… Read more »

National Spill Control School recommends GPS photo mapping for disaster response

National Spill Control School Recommends GPS Photo Mapping for Disaster Response THORNTON, COLO., 29 June 2006 – The National Spill Control School in Corpus Christi, Texas, is using GPS-Photo Link software from GeoSpatial Experts of Thornton, Colo., to teach emergency personnel how to respond to spills of oil, chemicals and other hazardous materials. The school… Read more »

Energy exploration companies saving tens of thousands of dollars in planning the logistics of seismic surveys

Geophysical Scouting Firm Combines GPS Photo Mapping with Google Earth to Deliver Logistics Reports for Oil & Gas Exploration THORNTON , Colorado, USA , 16 April 2007 – GeoSpatial Experts announced today that a Canadian geophysical scouting firm is using GPS-Photo Link software to export georeferenced photographs directly into Google Earth for delivery to oil… Read more »

Photo mapping improves efficiency and safety of highway inspection

Geotagging and Photo Mapping Improve Efficiency and Safety of Highway Inspection Thornton, Colorado, USA, 6 April 2011 – Clark Nexsen, an architecture and engineering firm headquartered in Norfolk, Va., improved the efficiency and safety of a highway maintenance survey by using GPS-Photo Link photo-mapping software from GeoSpatial Experts and a Ricoh 500SE digital camera. In… Read more »

Site assessments for renewable energy projects

GPS-Photo Link Software Speeds Site Assessments for Renewable Energy Projects THORNTON, Colorado, USA, 15 September 2009 –Planning Solutions Inc., a land-use planning company in Honolulu, has deployed GPS-Photo Link photo mapping software to facilitate site assessment activities related to renewable energy and other development projects in Hawaii. The Honolulu firm uses the software as a… Read more »