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GeoTel Communications was able to attend the UCF GIS Day 2019 event. The room was alive with laughter and excitement as GeoTel’s CEO, Dave Drazen, and his team entered the University of Central Florida’s (UCF) Pegasus Ballroom. There were groups of K-12 students in every corner...

GIS technology has served various industries in so many ways, especially in the telecommunications sector. This technology has now advanced to help Public Health. The Ebola Virus was discovered in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in 1976. Since then the virus has periodically wreaked havoc on...

Whether you call them tidal-powered, water-powered, or simply floating data centers the fact is, they are being utilized more than ever. Efficiency in Floating Data Centers According to CB Insights, data centers are in demand because “over 175 zettabytes of data can be expected by 2025.” (...

A GIS, known as a Geographic Information System, lets companies and organizations view, analyze, and understand data in ways that reveal patterns, relationships, and trends. GIS benefits organizations of all sizes and in almost every industry. Companies who are able to manage fiber optic data...

One of the most critical aspects of the telecommunication infrastructure is the underwater cable network. Technology trends such as artificial intelligence, faster connectivity with 5G, and machine learning all will have an impact on the submarine cable infrastructure. So why are submarine cables so essential? The Internet’s...

Having the ability to use a GIS Map is becoming more common and necessary every day. Some users may be confused as to what exactly constitutes as a geographic information system (GIS).   What is a GIS Map? A geographic information system is a map that stores, manages,...

Geospatial Imaging is helping how we contribute to our reefs. NASA has decided to start helping our coral reef systems. Currently, NASA is running a project called CORAL. The project is to use geospatial imagery to map the coral reef systems in our oceans. Developed by...

Amazon will be sending thousands of satellites in orbit! What will this accomplish? Amazon is going to be launching 3,236 satellites for global internet connectivity. This project is called “Project Kuiper.” The public first found out about this project when there were “three sets of filings...