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April 29, 2015

Dewberry Develops New Wildfire Risk Model

Dewberry developed a new Wildfire Risk Model that incorporates dozens of layers of geospatial information to assess and communicate wildfire risk. The tool will come in handy for local, state and federal agencies as well as insurance companies and homeowners.

December 10, 2014

Envitia Recognized as an Investor in People

HORSHAM, UK, Dec. 10, 2014—ENVITIA, a world leader in geospatial information technologies has been awarded the Investors in People Gold standard, joining the top 7% of accredited organizations across the UK who believe in realizing the potential of their people. Established in 1989, ENVITIA is a geospatial software and solutions provider, serving defence, government and

November 19, 2014

The OGC Adopts GML in JPEG 2000 (“GMLJP2”) Encoding Standard Version 2

Nov. 19, 2014—The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has adopted the OGC GML in JPEG 2000 Encoding Standard (Part 1 - Core) (GMLJP2) version 2. In 2006 the OGC published Version 1.0 of GMLJP2 to address problems encountered when attempting to have satellite images fit to Earth coordinate systems and "match up" to other sources of geospatial