QGIS Training usually goes one of two ways: Mediocre or great. With a class of 10 you have 2 or 3 that are really excited about QGIS and 2 or 3 that are glad they aren’t at work while the rest scratch their heads and go “Why won’t this guy shut up”. In the training […]
Geospatial Problem Solving
Using Free and Open Source Software for Geoinformatics
Need help on a project? Have a question centered around location and no idea which way to go? NRGS can provide an answer.
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
How can NRGS Help?
We have a 12+ year proven track record in the geospatial industry. The owner, Randal Hale, has been in the industry for over 25 years.
We are easy to work with care about you and your data.
NRGS uses free and Open Source Tools to enable you to create and maintain data. The tools are industry standards and well supported.
Everyone deserves good clean data and usable tools – We can help!
Latest Blog Posts
Let’s flash back to 1996. The Olympics were in full swing. I was 2 years out of college and working for the federal government. I had only been to one “conference” and that was only a state level academy of science meeting. I found myself standing at the underused Chattanooga Airport headed to Cincinnati and […]
First off – sorry for the lack of talking on my end. I’ve been sitting/thinking more than usual which has led to a pile of things I want to talk about. This blog has always been good for an outlet and that will happen soon enough. In between the random essays I’ll dive back into […]
To badly quote a Queen Song, “I like to ride my bicycle”. I’ve been trying to find new spots to ride. Of course being me I’m always debating things I can map while I’m out doing something. This weekend I decided to map the Bike Share Program. It was raining so I went with a […]