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Cataloging Geospatial Data for the Cloud

February 20, 2017

EdgeData and Harris Corporation to Collaborate on Electric Utility Asset Inspection and Management Solutions

(Grand Forks, N.D.)  – EdgeData LLC and Harris Corporation, through its Geospatial Solutions business unit, announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to accelerate the development of asset inspection and management solutions for the utility industry based on remotely sensed data and advanced machine learning technology. Leveraging a recent partnership to deliver

October 12, 2011

Cataloging Geospatial Data for the Cloud

The emergence of cloud computing in government is reducing geospatial data costs and improving user access. By James S. Blundell, Mike West, Betty Davlin, and Brandon Johnson, Geospatial Products and Solutions, Overwatch Systems (www.overwatch.com), Sterling, Va.   The emergence of cloud computing as a new paradigm for supporting the government’s goals of reduced costs and