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Field Mobility

Blue Raster Takes to the Skies at Holden Forests & Gardens

On a beautiful April morning in Northeast Ohio, Blue Raster made final preparations for a drone basemap capture. Located in Kirtland, about 30 minutes East of Downtown Cleveland, is the sprawling 3,600-acre Holden Arboretum, one of the largest public gardens in the county. With over 20,000 annual member households and an annual attendance of over…  Read More

APGA Puts on a Texas-Sized Show in Fort Worth

Last week was the American Public Garden Associations’ (APGA) Annual Conference in Forth Worth, Texas. Over 1,000 people in the community attended to learn from each other’s success stories and best practices around garden management, public engagement, horticulture, plant curation, conservation, and education. Christopher Gabris, Blue Raster’s Public Gardens Practice Lead, traveled to network with…  Read More

Disposal of Debris after Disaster: Blue Raster partners with CDR Maguire to quantify and monitor disposal of debris material

Following a catastrophic event, the assessment and removal of debris and clean-up efforts of those impacted can create a ripple effect of challenges that communities are forced to overcome. To aid in an efficient approach, crews need assistance quantifying the damages incurred and coordination of how best to begin to confront the disposal of debris. Blue Raster helps CDR Maguire use the Esri Debris Management Solution with a custom enhancement to support online and offline use.  Read More

Driving Forward with VDOT’s Integrated Directional Signing Program

In Virginia, Blue Raster partnered with Directional Signing Program (DSP) to put in place Esri workflows that help ensure you can trust highway signs. Using ArcGIS Online, Field Maps, Survey123, Workforce, and Dashboards, the signing program at VDOT has never been more interactive and in real-time. The Integrated Directional Signing Program (IDSP) includes over 16,000 signs across the State.  Read More