We have shared a posts throughout this week centered around the industries of Oil and Gas as well as Public Health - and even a call to embrace the application of web and mobile technology. We aren't ashamed to admit that we have our favorites here. Relax and read on below to see why...
As laws in the United States governing the trade of oil have changed over the last decade, so too has the impact of crude oil exports on a global scale. Explore what this means, the reasons behind it, and much more in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.
Web and mobile applications are consistently seeing an increase in deployment across many fields that formerly relied solely on paper maps. Why wouldn't they when the technology allows for a more flexible and reliable approach to mapping? If your team is still on the fence about embracing these resources - or really just need an example of what to be on the lookout for when bringing your own online - dive into our series on Embracing the Online Platform.
When it comes to the public health sector, many overlook its ready application of Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis when - in fact - they are one of the industries poised to fully utilize this technology.
In recent work with institutions bringing access to GIS applications to the forefront of their most essential projects, we have been given a firsthand look into how embracing geospatial technology in public health has its benefits. For those who haven't yet seen an example of this, our #DailyBrainCandiii post this week gives us a glimpse of how some in the health field are empowering their teams through maps and apps.
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