Land Rights & Infrastructure Asset Management Software

Nathan Mirolo

Nathan Mirolo

I fell completely backwards into what was then a startup in 2012 with 7 employees and no marketing team. Since then the experiences, opportunities and the working environment that geoAMPS has allotted to me and my colleagues has been amazing, I’ve never looked back.

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geoAMPS supports tournament to raise money for International Justice Mission

geoAMPS is helping raise money as a sponsor of the Columbus Dodgeball Tournament. The Columbus Dodgeball Tournament is supporting the International Justice Mission (IJM), a human right agency dedicated to making freedom possible for children and families around the world. The funds raised will support IJM’s efforts to free individuals and families held in slavery, children forced into prostitution and others trapped in violent injustice around the world.

geoAMPS to attend AASHTO committee meeting in Columbus, OH

geoAMPS plans to attend the National Meeting of the American Association of State Highway Officials’ (AASHTO) Standing Committee on Rail Transportation (SCORT) Sept. 22 and 23 in Columbus, OH. The National Meeting is being hosted by the Ohio Rail Development Commission and Guy Allen, Business Development Executive is scheduled to attend from geoAMPS. Guy, said geoAMPS is excited to attend the National SCORT Meeting to discuss issues critical to the rail transportation industry and how rail management software from geoAMPS has improved rail projects within the United States.

rxrAMPS is effective software for new and existing rail

Brandon Townley / flickr Railroads have been a reliable method of transportation in the United States for nearly 200 years. There are more than 140,000 miles of track in the U.S., encompassing freight, short and passenger lines with around 70 percent of all goods traveling by rail at some point. This spider web-like rail line system crisscrosses the landscape, connecting cities, smaller communities, ports and a wide variety of industries.

Hydraulic fracturing could pay huge economic dividends

Hydraulic fracturing is creating a positive impact on the United States economy, spurring job creation and investment in regions that both drill and export the oil and natural gas products produced. But will the shale boom in the U.S. have a lasting impact? According to predictions of some industry experts, not only will the impact last, but the benefits could pay huge economic dividends.    Experts have predicted that U.S. drilling is on track to generate approximately $700 billion in the U.S. economy by 2020. The prediction, based from realistic assumptions, takes into consideration several opportunities that shale presents. The first is that increased oil and natural gas production will attract the petrochemical industry to a reliable and steady source of raw materials, creating new infrastructure investment and many skilled labor positions. The second is that as reserves of oil and natural gas continue to increase, exports will also become lucrative, spurring even more investment and job creation.

Brazil seeks expertise on shale gas

The recent shale gas boom in Pennsylvania has turned the region into one of the top producers of natural gas in the United States. Brazil is taking notice, paying particular attention as the South American country prepares to auction off drilling rights to its shale gas reserves.   A delegation of Brazilian business representatives visited shale experts in Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania last week, gathering information on best practices to prepare the country to better handle its new natural resource while protecting the environment and benefiting Brazil’s economy. The discovery also has the opportunity to make Brazil - the largest economy in Latin America - more attractive to potential business investment by lowering the cost of energy.

Power in the wind

When it comes to energy and policy, the state of Ohio has a long history of leadership. It even held title of energy capital of the nation in the late 1800s.   Ohio is still leading the energy industry. Today, however, the state is making a name for itself in the renewable energy arena. Ohio is making a significant contribution to the national goals for renewable energy production. In a recent report released by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), Ohio is now among the top five states with the fastest growing wind generation capacity. The report shows that Ohio added 313 megawatts (MW) of wind capacity in 2012, outpacing many other traditional sources of energy production installed. And, there's the added potential of expanding another estimated 54,000 MW of wind capacity.

IRWA 2013 Conference App Released

geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area, announces that the mobile application it developed for the International Right of Way (IRWA) Education Conference is ready to download.

geoAMPS at Illinois IRWA Chapter 12

During the May 9 Spring Business Meeting of the Illinois Chapter of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Chapter 12, Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, presented how technology from geoAMPS is rapidly changing the right of way industry.

geoAMPS CEO Talks Wind Farm Technology

geoAMPS President and CEO Yogesh Khandelwal invites you to talk  wind power  technology at the upcoming American Wind Energy Association Conference and Exhibition. A contributing factor to the wind industry boom of late is new technological capabilities. Yogesh will discuss these new capabilities at the  AWEA WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition  May 5-8 in Chicago. In his poster presentation on Tuesday, May 7, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Yogesh will explain how software advancements and other technological tools offer wind organizations greater efficiency and cost savings in completing and managing their wind farm projects.

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