Forestry Commission Scotland is using ArcGIS mobile and online tools to accelerate building surveys and provide senior managers with instant insight into the cost and criticality of repairs.Read More
A Scottish local authority has created an interactive online Story Map to raise public awareness of air pollution, and encourage citizens to make lifestyle changes to help improve air quality.Read More
One of Esri UK’s start-up partners, Geollect, has created an ArcGIS Online app that improves understanding of maritime risks and helps ship owners to reduce their operational costs.
In many parts of the world, commercial ships and yachts face significant risks ranging from armed attacks by pirates and thefts at sea, to an above average chance of crew injuries in certain ports. Geollect has developed an app that clearly indicates which risks are highest in which locations, giving ship owners the more precise information they need to plan safer journeys.Read More
The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority has transformed the way that staff and volunteers record data outdoors, using a suite of mobile GIS apps. The authority can now monitor its conservation activities more successfully and make faster interventions to enhance one of the most environmentally significant and scenic regions of Scotland.Read More
Connect Plus Services has the complex task of maintaining one of Europe’s busiest motorways, while ensuring the sustainability of native plant, animal and bird species that live next to the roadRead More
Leading development and infrastructure consultancy Peter Brett Associates (PBA) has recently enhanced its use of GIS to help improve collaboration between its multi-disciplinary teams. Employees can now share an understanding of the many diverse factors involved in successful development and infrastructure schemes, reducing project risk and increasing efficiency.Read More
The Internet of things (IoT) is the name given to the technology that enables internet connected devices or sensors to collect and exchange data with other connected devices, sensor or mechanisms.Read More
Operating in over 70 countries, Fugro is the world’s leading independent provider of
services for organisations involved in designing, building and operating large industrial
installations at sea, such as wind farms or oil rigs. The company has used ArcGIS to develop
an automated tool that categorises areas of seabed as ‘no go’, ‘high risk’, ‘moderate risk’ or ‘low risk’, according to their development potential.
When devastating floods swept across Central Europe, the international insurance broker Willis Group Holdings plc (Willis) used Esri’s ArcGIS Collector App to gain detailed, real-time insight into the impacts of the disaster. The company could then provide well-informed advice to its customers and strengthen its reputation as an expert on flood risk.Read More
Spatial NI is poised to transform the way in which public sector organisations in Northern Ireland store and share information. It has the potential to deliver significant, sustainable cost savings and reduce the carbon footprint of government at the same time
.” Suzanne McLaughlin, GI Strategy Co-ordinator, Land and Property Services.Read More