It takes me longer to process things these days. I’m quite happy with maps and data – but processing the deeper things that tend to creep into life and set things in a slightly different direction. The short story is Stu has moved into the great beyond. Which I know – it’s a cat. The […]
Geospatial Problem Solving
Using Free and Open Source Software for Geoinformatics
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TN NG911 Server
An Free and Open Source Solution for Managing your TN NG911 Data. NRGS employs a combination of QGIS, PostGIS, Fulcrum, and Geoserver to collect, store, and serve your data. It is 100% compliant with the state of TN’s NG911 system
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We have a 12+ year proven track record in the geospatial industry. The owner, Randal Hale, has been in the industry for over 27 years.
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Latest Blog Posts
It’s happening. Finally. This was a bit more painful to get going than I had anticipated. I spent a lot of time over July tracking down a spot. Usually I have someone jump up and go “HERE” or you have that one bubbly friend that knows someone that knows someone with a space. Chattanooga has […]
Like I don’t talk about this enough……BUT – can I just say Training is difficult on a good day. You have to pick a day, pick a location, advertise your butt off, and then HOPE beyond hope someone signs up for it. This year has been odd in that I’ve taught three or four times […]
Last year I had the chance to work with Henry County TN’s 911 group on a software migration project. I moved the organization off a basic commercial GIS product to an open source enterprise server. Overall it was a great project with a defined end goal and a lot of flexibility in making it happen. […]