What A UAV Means to the GIS Professional

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When one thinks of the world of GIS, the image of geologists and map producers often come to mind standing in a huge field of grass, taking pictures of the terrain.  From here, these composite images will be created to create a detailed master map, which can then be stored onto a Cloud based server, which can then be downloaded in just a matter of seconds.

uavBut, this is the old-school way of conducting GIS based activities.  There are much more sophisticated methods now in which to take pictures of a remote terrain and to create its associated map.  This is now done using what is known as “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”, also known as “UAVs” for short.

With a remote-control stick, a geologist or map producer can fly this UAV to the most desolate regions, take ultra-high quality images, and even download these images in real time, all from the comforts of their office.

There are more specific areas for which UAV technology is used and these include:

  • Geospatial applications
  • Construction and Development
  • Research and Conservation
  • Disaster Management

Along with the UAVs, there are also “Personal Aerial Mapping Systems” (also known as “PAMS”) which are designed more for the professional photographer.  In addition to this, “Unmanned Aerial Systems” (also known as “UASs”) are used to take images over lethal and contaminated geographic terrains.

This has been designed to greatly reduce the need to have actual people go out and survey these sites. This is so they do not get unnecessarily exposed to the threat environment.

Depending upon the Smartphone technology you have, one can even download these images quickly onto any iOS and Android based platforms.  With these breakthroughs and advances being made, it is no wonder that it is expected that the UAV market, in general, is predicted to reach almost $3 Billion by the year of 2022.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 6,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

To the Federal Government: Stay Out of Telecom Pricing!!!

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With the new Trump Administration to take over the White House on January 20th, there is a lot of coverage as to what his future economic plans and policies will be.  There has been a lot of talk about either dismantling or even withdrawing from many of the trade agreements which are in place between Japan, Mexico, and Canada.

ethernet-access-diagramOne industry which is apprehensive of these abrupt changes is the telecom sector.  At the present time, Internet usage is totally tax free (especially when you shop online).  But of course, when it comes to actually gaining access to the Internet, that is when you have to pay for the actual connection.

As a result, there are a lot of telecom vendors coming together with the stance that the FCC should stay out of determining the pricing of Ethernet pricing, and let the free market forces decide this.  One such proponent of this movement is Charter Communications.

According to a filing they had sent to the FCC: “Regulating Ethernet on this record would not only be arbitrary and capricious and counter to Commission precedent, but also could fundamentally harm and alter this dynamic and evolving market . . . the Ethernet market is healthy and vibrant, with tremendous investment and falling prices.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/charter-says-new-ethernet-regulations-could-hinder-smb-ethernet-competition).

One of the other reasons for the FCC to stay out of determining Ethernet pricing is that prices are decreasing overall.  Thus, it is becoming difficult for the telecom vendors to make a profit from offering this service exclusively.  For example, prices have dropped by 23% from 2013 to the first quarter of 2016.  Time Warner Cable also experienced a sharp drop during the same time period, at 29%.

There is fear that if the FCC were to intervene, it would just make matters even worse.  For instance, “. . .  if the Commission were to rate regulate below 50 Mbps, Charter would likely reassess providing services at those speeds, which could eliminate a competitive option for small businesses.” (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/charter-says-new-ethernet-regulations-could-hinder-smb-ethernet-competition).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

Watch Out!! Comcast Is on Its Way!!

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In today’s economy, businesses whether large or small, always have to find customers in order to keep their sales pipeline filled with activity which will turn into eventual deals.  But, there comes a point also where these businesses have to decide what kind of customer will be profitable enough for them to engage in.  For example, a smaller to medium sized entity might find it to be advantageous to reach out to smaller customers first, then branch out into larger ones.

computerThen of course, there are those much larger business entities that want to reach out to the largest of the large customers possible-these are known specifically as “Enterprise Customers”.  Such is the case of telecom giant Comcast.  Just last week, they announced plans that they want to use, in the short term, to reach this type of customer base.

According to Neil Smit, the CEO of Comcast Cable: “We’re seeing healthy growth from mid-sized businesses and we’re getting a number of enterprise deals . . . we’re starting to see the enterprise side of the business starting to grow.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/comcast-business-says-enterprise-group-making-inroads-large-health-care-retail-enterprise).

One type of customer they have been able to attract is a large financial firm (the name was not disclosed) that has some 2,000+ locations, as well as a major healthcare provider with 1,000+ locations.  Although specifics have not been revealed, the general plan to tap into these large customers is to pre-build fiber optic cabling into the industrial parks, in which they already have a high density of existing business.

The pain point to hit on the customer is on the speed of their existing Internet, and how using fiber optics can greatly increase the speed of that connectivity.  In fact, Comcast Cable just announced a multimillion dollar expansion of a fiber based network in Montgomery County, Maryland.  Upon completion of this project, Comcast will be able to deliver Internet speeds of up to 100 Gbps.

Overall, the financials at Comcast Cable still remain strong, as 3rd Quarter revenue rose 14.2% to $21.3 Billion.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

The United States Marine Corps to use GIS in Planning Troop Movements

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We all like to think about the good things in life first. But, take just a moment and the think about the last two wars in which the United States was engaged. If you remember, they were both with Iraq. Trying to achieve the military objectives of both of these theaters of operations not only took a lot of logistics, but planning as well.

marinesThink about it. There were literally hundreds of thousands of troops to be moved around and thousands of tanks. Moving troops and supplies across unknown terrains and geographic regions, even for the most trained of military minds, is difficult at best. 

Well today, this type of planning is being made a lot easier by using the principles of GIS. In fact, it was announced recently that the United States Marine Corps (USMC) will be deploying Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) technology across 13 USMC military bases around the world.  

This new system just received what is known as a “Milestone C” and “Full Deployment Decision” approval for the use of the software package. One of the primary goals of the launch of this software is to help create interactive maps in real-time using GIS tools to help troops find their way in unfamiliar geographic regions. 

However, following military procedures, the I/CAD technology had to undergo a very vigorous testing process. This involved examining every software engineering component and use under a live operations environment at the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point located in North Carolina.  

According to a military testing official, “Our live system acceptance at MCAS Cherry Point proved crucial to gaining Milestone C and Full Deployment Decision approval . . . we’re very pleased with the result and look forward to continued expansion of I/CAD implementations within Marine Corps and other Department of Defense installations.” (SOURCE: http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/u.s.-marine-corps-to-deploy-intergraph-computer-aided-dispatch-to-13-bases-/470362). 

In fact, it is highly anticipated that the United States Navy will also make heavy use of the I/CAD technology system. 

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 6,000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

The Uncertainties of the World Will Impact the Telecom Giants

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As we fast approach the last QTR  of 2016, numerous events have either unfolded or will continue to further unravel themselves, leaving people questioning the economic conditions of the world around them.  First up is Brexit.  As you probably have heard, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.

serversThis sent shockwaves around the world financial markets industry, which lost some $3 trillion in value after the results of the vote were announced.  Second is the U.S. Presidential election which transpires on November 4th.  The uncertainty here as to which candidate will win has started to unnerve the business community here in the United States.

One of the industries which will be most impacted by these world events is the telecom industry. In fact, many vendors are now taking action to protect their financial assets. One such example of this is Century Link.  Just last week, this entity announced that it is much closer now in selling off one of its key data centers.

It is highly expected that this will be a done deal no later than by the end of this year. However, the idea of selling off the data center did not just happen out of the blue. Very serious consideration was given to this as early as the third quarter of 2015.  Almost a year later, Century Link is now finalizing its list of potential buyers.

According to its CEO, Glen Post, “We have narrowed down the group of final contestants for the property and we have ongoing discussions, negotiations with that group . . . we feel good about where we are headed there and we think we’ll be successful in getting the transaction done.” .”  (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/centurylink-s-post-we-ll-finalize-a-data-center-deal-by-either-q3-or-q4).

Even before the sale of the data center has been completed, there are numerous rumors floating around as to how Century Link will spend the proceeds.  Although, it has been said by the upper management it should use that money for stock buybacks, debt reduction, and other investment opportunities.  However, customers would like to see that money being spent on newer services such as more sophisticated broadband technology and virtualization.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

The Human Spirit and GIS: A Powerful Combination

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No matter what is said about the human spirit, there is one thing that will always ring true:  Whenever another fellow human being is suffering, people will reach out to him or her.  It’s just encoded into our nature.  We hate to see people in pain.  Believe it or not, even the principles and technology of GIS can help in this regard.

It has been userubbled to help locate people in times of natural disaster and even during times of war.  A prime example of this was the recent war on terrorism, where satellite images were used to create very detailed maps to help the refugees caught up in the middle of it all find their homes again.

Now, the European Space Imaging has partnered with Planetek Italia in an effort to help provide relief services to those devastated by the earthquake which struck just last week on August 24th, about 100 kilometers’ northeast of Rome.  It was a magnitude 6.2 earthquake, which caused extensive damage to numerous towns and killing hundreds of people.

The Italian government did not waste any time in trying to locate the missing and deceased people. On that same day, the partnership between these two entities sprang into action.  Within just a few hours of this natural disaster, the first 40-centimeter image resolutions of the affected areas were being produced and were being distributed to the emergency relief agencies.

According to Giovanni Sylos Labini, the CEO of Planetek Italia, “The ability of satellites to collect images over large areas, the view from above of the areas affected by an emergency and the comparison with previous images helps to quickly recognize the changes, and understand where to address first aid.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/planetek-italia-and-european-space-imaging-support-earthquake-emergenc/474466).

These images of the villages and towns affected by the earthquake were also distributed to other humanitarian agencies, such as the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (also known as “HOT”) in order to help emergency and relief funds get to victims and their families.  The Copernicus EMS Team is also providing the Italian Civil Protection agency damage assessment maps as well of the affected areas.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 7000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data.

Don’t Fret If You Lose Your GPS Signal- There Is a Backup

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With the advent of the Cloud, just about everything imaginable that comes from it now has the title of “. . . as a Service” attached to it.  First, it started with Software as a Service (also known as SaaS).  This then proliferated to other services, with the newest one now coming from the GIS Industry.  This one is now called the “Timing as a Service”, or “TaaS” for short.

taasThe ultimate objective of this is to provide high quality and robust back up GPS services when the traditional signals get disconnected. This brand new innovation comes from the GIS vendor known as “NextNav”. The specific industries to which TaaS is being positioned for includes cellular network operators, utility companies, and financial services firms.

The TaaS is delivered over the companies’ Metropolitan Beacon System (also known as the MBS). This is in essence a Wide Area Network.  This is also known as a terrestrial network, in that the GPS signals which are provided from it can reach even the most desolate regions on the planet. However, the main drawback of the TaaS is that it is only delivered from the air, and thus, it can be greatly impacted by any adverse weather condition.

But to counter these types of threats, NextNav also makes use of Atomic Clocks, to serve as a primary means of backup in case its signals get bounced off.  The TaaS will also be upgraded and provisioned for the upcoming 5G wireless signals, which makes use of the LTE and the LTE-A small cells.

According to Ganesh Pattabiraman, the Co-Founder and current CEO of NextNav, “Small cells are the ideal way to provide densification in important urban environments where mobile data traffic overwhelms large cell towers and where macro base stations are prohibitively expensive . . . MBS excels in these environments. As small cell requirements for timing and synchronization precision advance with each new generation of technology, NextNav delivers an effective, truly mass market solution supporting the rising demand for small cells at an appropriately low total cost of ownership.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/nextnav-launches-metro-wide-timing-as-a-service/474820).

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 7000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data.

How to Navigate Your Way Through a Flooded Street

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Here in the Chicagoland area, there is one thing that is for sure.  Nobody can predict the weather on a day to day basis.  For example, during the winter time, it can be bitter cold, with the wind chills plunging as low as -60 F.

earthOr, during the summer time, the heat can be unbearable, with indices going into 110 F.  Really, there is nothing in between.  If it is going to get cold, it will get very cold, or if it is going to rain, it will do so torrentially.

Either way, it can be quite dangerous and hazardous, especially when it comes to driving, specifically on the highways.  Chicago also has one of the worst drainage systems in the entire Midwest.  For example, when it rains, it can totally flood the streets for hours on end, as the sewer drains are working ever so slowly to finish draining.

To help alleviate this problem, not just here in Chicago but nationwide as well, NOAA just last week announced the launch of a brand new forecasting tool.

This will simulate how the flow of water moves in rivers and streams, after a huge rainfall. This in turn, will lead to more advances being made in flood water management, and alerting the public of any potential floods.

This simulation tool is actually a very powerful GIS application.  For example, the hardware upon which it runs is a Cray XC40 supercomputer, and collects data in real time from 8,000 US Geological Survey gauges to help simulate rainfall conditions for 2.7 million locations across the United States.

According to Louis UIccellini, the director of the National Weather Service:  “With a changing climate, we’re experiencing more prolonged droughts and a greater frequency of record-breaking floods across the country, underscoring the nation’s need for expanded water information . . . The National Water Model will improve resiliency to water extremes in American communities. And as our forecasts get better, so will our planning and protection of life and property when there’s either too much water, too little, or poor water quality.”  (SOURCE:  http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/noaa-launches-americas-first-national-water-forecast-model/473859).

It should be noted that the actual birth of this project was when President Obama announced at World Water Day back in March for an initiative for better water forecasting techniques.

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 7000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data.

What You Need to Know About the Emerging Dominance of Charter Communications

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At the beginning of this year, we made a prediction with our crystal ball that from within the telecom industry, there would be a fair number of buyouts, takeovers, mergers, M and A activity, etc.

charterIn other words, we had formulated the hypothesis that only the giants (such as the likes of AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, etc.) would still be left standing, and that all of the other smaller to medium sized vendors would just fall by the way side.

However, this is far from the truth. As we have reported throughout the year, the giants have not eaten up all of the smaller vendors, and on the contrary, they are still scrambling to get more customers by wooing them with steep price discounts and new, hybrid types of solutions. Meanwhile, the smaller vendors are still growing.

Today, we bring you news of yet another buyout activity. Just last week it was announced that Charter has finally completed its acquisition of both Time Warner Cable and Bright House. With this under its belt, Charter now has a much greater reach when it comes to getting new customers.

For example, it has gained nearly an extra 160,000 miles of fiber optic cabling, as well as 75,000 new on-net buildings. It is predicted that by the end of the third quarter of this year, Charter will have reached 25.6 million new residential and small/medium sized business customers.

The financial picture for Charter also looks just as equally promising. For instance, its second quarter revenues were at $10 billion, which represents a 6.6% Year over Year (YoY) growth rate. Also, residential and customer revenue growth also escalated at rates of 5.6% and 13.4%, respectively.

According to Tom Rutledge, the CEO of Charter, about the acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House: “If you have a multi-site business, your ability to serve multi-sites with better footprint is improved, and so the commercial marketplace is also improved.” (SOURCE:  http://www.fiercetelecom.com/telecom/charter-s-twc-bright-house-acquisitions-increases-medium-sized-business-customer-visibility).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, provides fiber route maps that help businesses visualize telecom data and locate fiber for predictive analytics and location based intelligence. If interested in obtaining these datasets, call 800-277-2172.

Verizon Says Goodbye to Traditional Landline Services

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There is no doubt that Smartphone technology is rapidly evolving. Every day, it seems as if there is a new wireless device coming out or, for that matter, a mobile app coming out.

By last count, as of last year, there were 100 billion mobile apps that were created and downloaded primarily from the Apple Store and Google Play

With all of these new developments occurring, it was recently announced that Verizon has petitioned the FCC to have permission to shut down four of its legacy services, as follows:

telephone1)      Person to Person Calling

2)      Third Number Calling

3)      Collect Calling

4)      Inmate Collector Operator Services

These terms may not even ring a bell with people today, because they are so outdated. For example, with the third item–collect calling–usually the person accepting the call is charged for the long distance phone call rather than the person making the call. For the fourth item, these are phone services available to people incarcerated in prison. Verizon has been the primary carrier for these kinds of services.

The main reason cited for shutting down these four services is a simple lack of customer demand for them. This is because, these days, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the main technology which is being used to make such calls.

Essentially, VoIP allows you to make calls over the Internet. The best example of this is Skype. When you communicate with somebody over this particular medium, the actual voice is being broken down into individual data packets at the computer of origin. They then traverse across the Internet, and are subsequently reassembled at the computer of destination in order for the call to be made.

Finally, according to a Verizon spokesperson, “. . . customers today already overwhelmingly make voice calls or communicate using alternative services and products from Verizon or other providers that perform the same functions as these services.” (SOURCE: http://www.fiercetelecom.com/story/verizon-seeks-clearance-discontinue-collect-calling-other-legacy-voice-serv/2016-06-10).

GeoTel Communications, LLC, provides fiber route maps that help businesses visualize telecom data and locate fiber for predictive analytics and location based intelligence. If interested in obtaining these datasets, call 800-277-2172.

Announcing Domain 2.0 From AT&T

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In the world of Information Technology, two things are for certain. One, is that there will always be rapid advancements in technology on an almost daily basis. The Smartphone industry is one example of this where there is a new app being developed and marketed every day. It is almost too much to keep up with it all! Second, is the always developing techno-jargon that comes with it.

The latest term to enter the telecom industry is known as “Domain 2.0.” What exactly is it?

Essentially, it is a combination of two types of network topologies in order to leverage better products and services to both new and existing customers. They are:

  • cubesSoftware Defined Networks (SDN’s)
  • Network Function Virtualization (NFV)

This new techno-jargon, or actually sales methodology, was coined and developed by AT&T. It is a tool that has been designed to help deliver better software services to subscribers. However, as it was recently announced, AT&T is not alone in this venture as it has signed other telecom partners, as well. These include:

  • Brocade Communications Systems
  • Ciena
  • Cisco
  • Nokia
  • Amdocs
  • Ericsson
  • Metaswitch Networks

Even in the telecom industry, technology is rapidly changing. So, one of the goals of “Domain 2.0” is to keep these aforementioned vendors literally on their toes, in terms of innovation and addressing technical support issues. If not, the chances are very high that another telecom vendor will take over.

According to Krish Prabhu, the current CTO of AT&T, “From a functionality standpoint and usage standpoint an existing vendor has more information that a new vendor coming in . . . But if they decide to stick to their existing business they run the risk of losing the business to a new vendor because the new vendor would be motivated to get the software we’re looking for.” (SOURCE: http://www.fiercetelecom.com/story/att-domain-20-has-upset-vendors-business-models-says-prabhu/2016-06-03).

Given the size and leverage that AT&T and these other telecom vendors have, it is quite likely that “Domain 2.0” will be around for some time to come. The hope is, that we, the subscriber, will soon see better levels of customer service.

GeoTel Communications, LLC, is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in a geographic information system (GIS) and internet based spatial technologies for over 15 years. GeoTel takes telecom infrastructure data and makes it tangible. By layering this data in GIS software or by viewing it in one of our web based platforms, we make it possible to analyze detailed fiber optic maps and other telecom data sets throughout America. These integrated datasets are digitized onto the highest quality street data and aerial imagery available, providing companies and government entities with the leverage and insight necessary to make informed location based and fiscally sound decisions.

How GIS Is Being Used With Speedial #250

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In the world of communications today, gone are items, such as the traditional landline phone, the yellow pages, and receiving a phone bill in the mail which details all the calls you have made.250

Today, with Smartphone technology, everything is included on one monthly bill. In addition, to keep us on track, if we run over our data package we receive that annoying text message reminding us about the overage charges.

Gone, also, are the days where one has to actually dial a full telephone number in order to connect with somebody. With Smartphone technology, you can simply assign a much shorter dial code (such as #111 vs. 888-555-1212) in order to connect with somebody.

With the most recent advancements, you can even just speak the name of the person and your Smartphone will dial for you.

Believe it or not, the principles and concepts of GIS are now being used to offer special promotions and coupons based upon the geographical location you are at the current time. It was announced just last week that a vendor known as “LocationSmart” has teamed up with “#250, America’s Mobile Speed Dial.”

All you do is dial #250, and say a keyword to indicate what you’re looking for. Within seconds, you will receive special offers, such as hotel or restaurant discounts whenever or wherever you are driving. You will need to download an app for this, however. It is highly expected that this type of tool will be most popular with the road warriors. There are other special deals and discounts which can be received as well, such as those from the retail and even financial services industry segments.

However, at this time, this service is available only in Canada and the United States, but there are plans for expansion into Europe and Asia, as well. According to Mario Proietti, the CEO and founder of LocationSmart: “We are elated that LocationSmart could be a change agent in the evolution of mobile response advertising and we look forward to what the future may hold.” (SOURCE: http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/250-americas-mobile-speed-dial-selects-locationsmart-for-geographic-ca/469660).

GeoTel is a telecommunications research and GIS mapping firm that researches and provides telecom datasets for more than 7000 cities in the United States and worldwide. GeoTel’s expertise includes specialists in economic geography, geospatial engineering, web GIS, and telecommunications GIS Data infrastructure.

 

 

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