Python for Quick and Easy GIS Data Manipulation

Written by , May 20, 2017


Getting started with Python The key to every information system is the data within it. It’s rare to find an organization that has all of their data structured perfectly and organized in the exact formats and systems that they need to accomplish their goals. Many of our clients come to us with data that is […]


5 Steps: Northern Michigan Rivers Map

Written by , March 9, 2016


Recently, Brian “Koz” Kozminski, a local fly fishing guide who owns True North Trout, contacted me about some t-shirts that Alex designed last year. Koz is doing a number of presentations for Trout Unlimited about Northern Michigan rivers and had been on the hunt for a good map for a while.  Most of the maps out […]


Geospatial Industry Dynamics Video

Written by , June 28, 2015


Came across this video that demonstrates some of the technology and potential of the geospatial industry. It’s something we’re excited to be a part of. 🙂


Tech Translators – Helping Businesses Meet Their Needs

Written by , May 18, 2015


I have always been drawn to the edge.  This draw has manifested itself in many ways in my life.  Geographically, it has taken me to the periphery of ecosystems – to the water’s edge, to the edge of the mountain and to many other transitional places. The most obvious example is my time spent rock climbing, […]


What We Do – Part 3: Data Analysis

Written by , March 30, 2015


Data analysis.  It sounds fun doesn’t it?  Frankly, a lot of people would probably rather take a stick in the eye. Not us. Why?  Well… we’ve established that our team isn’t made up of “normal” people.  We’re a little quirky.  More than that, we’re very curious.  We like to understand the world around us, the […]