Tracy Cozzens

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

Posts by Tracy Cozzens

NavVis IndoorViewer 2.6 enables measurement based on point clouds Posted on 07 Apr 2020 in the GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology categories.

Enables building stakeholders to take accurate measurements based on point clouds The latest release of NavVis IndoorViewer 3D building visualization software features a new tool that lets building stakeholders take... Read more»

2020 US Census Data now available in Maptitude Posted on 07 Apr 2020 in the Featured Stories & GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology categories.

The Maptitude 2020 U.S. Census Blocks Groups data is now available for the entire United States, according to software provider Caliper. The small-area Census Summary Level is packed with neighborhood... Read more»

Esri to provide mapping resources to WHO Member States Posted on 01 Apr 2020 in the GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology categories.

Advanced geospatial technology offered to global communities during COVID-19 crisis Global mapping company Esri will provide a COVID-19 Response Package for World Health Organization (WHO) Ministries of Health and Global... Read more»

Analytics and drones detect trash in San Francisco Bay Posted on 27 Mar 2020 in the Featured Stories & GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology & UAS/UAV categories.

Kinetica simplifies active analytics with Kinetica Cloud Kinetica, provider of the Kinetica Active Analytics Platform, has unveiled the Kinetica Cloud. Enterprises can use the full capabilities of the Kinetica platform in... Read more»

Exploring Shetland’s uninhabited Kame of Isbister with GNSS and UAV Posted on 25 Mar 2020 in the Featured Stories & GIS News & GNSS/GPS & Mapping & Technology & UAS/UAV categories.

The mysterious and fascinating Kame of Isbister is situated in Shetland’s north mainland near the North Roe. The location has been studied several times, including by the Extreme Archaeology TV series in 2003. The... Read more»

Analysis of satellite imagery shows reduced NO2 in China, Italy Posted on 23 Mar 2020 in the COVID-19 & Featured Stories & GIS News & Imagery & Technology categories.

Descartes Labs, a geospatial data analytics company, is using satellite imagery analysis to examine how the coronavirus reduced nitrogen dioxide (NO2) emissions in China. NO2 is produced by vehicles, power... Read more»

Esri provides mapping software for organizations fighting COVID-19 Posted on 20 Mar 2020 in the COVID-19 & GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology categories.

Communities in need of resources can access location intelligence technology at no cost with six-month trial Location intelligence company Esri is making its software available to public and private sector... Read more»

Genasys releases COVID-19 interactive map layer service Posted on 19 Mar 2020 in the COVID-19 & Featured Stories & GIS News & GIS Software & Mapping & Technology categories.

Access to global web map service feature free for public and enterprise use Genasys, a global provider of critical communications solutions, has released an interactive map layer service for daily... Read more»

Komatsu partners with Cesium on Smart Construction solutions Posted on 16 Mar 2020 in the GIS News & GIS Software & Technology categories.

Cesium’s 3D technology will power smart construction dashboard to make construction safer, more efficient and more profitable Komatsu has officially announced an incoming suite of the company’s Smart Construction solutions,... Read more»

Cesium to collaborate with Smithsonian to stream high-resolution 3D models online Posted on 13 Mar 2020 in the Featured Stories & GIS News & GIS Software & Imagery & Mapping & Technology categories.

Streaming 3D geospatial technology company Cesium will support the Smithsonian Institution by streaming 3D models of massive objects in its collection, such as the Space Shuttle Discovery. The models will be... Read more»