View the winning StoryMap from Esri’s Federal StoryMap challenge. It explores how Blue Raster mapped America’s wine regions and how the Geography of Wine is Delivering Location Intelligence to the American Wine Industry.
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Have you ever wondered where your wine comes from? Did you know that there are hundreds of distinct wine regions in the United States? Since 2017, Blue Raster has been working with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) to map over 270 of America’s Viticultural Areas (AVA) in GIS. We then developed the American Viticultural Area Explorer, a web mapping application to view, compare and download AVA boundaries. Read More
The Blue Raster team took part in the annual Esri FedGIS conference in Washington, DC. The conference is an opportunity for government professionals to discuss best practices, participate in hands-on workshops, and connect with subject matter experts from across the country. Read More
Come visit Blue Raster at the 2018 Esri Federal GIS Conference in Washington, D.C.! We will be a on hand to discuss new project ideas and answer all your GIS Questions. Stop by our Booth #816 near the Esri Sustainable Development Neighborhood during EXPO Hours: Tuesday, March 20 from 12:30pm – 6:30pm Wednesday, March 21… Read More
Blue Raster is a long term partner of USAID funded The DHS Program – since 2009 we have collaborated on and created such tools as STATcompiler, Spatial Data Repository, The DHS Program Mobile app, The DHS Program API and the central communications hub: DHSProgram.com. The DHS Program API already powers the STATcompiler, Mobile App and… Read More
Blue Raster Senior Project Manager, Phil Satlof, presented as an invited guest for the International Map Industry Association (IMIA) DC meetup. From the IMIA website, the mission of the organization is defined: “The International Map Industry Association is a global organization that represents the world of maps. IMIA brings together leaders from across the spectrum of mapping… Read More
On World AIDS Day 2017, the PHIA Project announced the release of new survey data from five countries, bringing the total number of countries with released survey data up to 7. In 2016 Blue Raster developed and the launched the PHIA Project communications site. More information can be found here. Blue Raster works closely… Read More
Blue Raster developed and launched a new mobile application for The United States National Arboretum, giving scientists and visitors a unique experience and new way of exploring the research grounds. The National Arboretum is a division of USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the main in-house research arm of USDA. This mobile app for Apple and… Read More
Blue Raster is excited to be recognized as the first ever Partner of the Year as part of the Esri Federal Small Business Specialty (FSBS) program. Each of the members has a unique opportunity to connect with the US Federal Government customers and other small business looking for the newest and most creative Esri solutions. To learn more… Read More
Blue Raster launches the Critical Loads Mapper for the Environmental Protection Agency, the latest tool in a collection of EPA’s Global-Change-Explorer platform. This interactive web application analyzes atmospheric deposition from Nitrogen and Sulfur. Despite abundance in atmosphere and aquatic ecosystems, an excess of Nitrogen can cause significant environmental and health issues, leading to economic impacts across… Read More