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GIS Day 2016

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Today is GIS Day, an annual event to celebrate geography and the use of GIS, or geographic information systems. GIS technology is at the heart of the industries we serve – from oil & gas to transit to right of way  and is at the core of our very own gisAMPS platform.

For us, GIS is a way to breathe life into your data, presenting data visually over a map in a way that is intuitively understandable. But it is also something more than that, a symbol of technology fulfilling the promise to make our lives easier, and more exciting. While virtual reality steals the headlines with whiz-bang gadgets more glamorous than practical, GIS is quietly transforming our lives while the global geospatial analytics market grew to $27.42 Billion in 2015.

Ready to learn more? Read all about gisAMPS in this case study available for free download.

Xan Bonneau
Xan Bonneau
Xan Bonneau is a Brand Strategist with the geoAMPS Marketing Team.

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