Our Work

Blue Raster helps you tell your story through interactive
mapping technology. Make your message clear, exciting,
and user-friendly for both mobile and web platforms.

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Revitalizing Main Street: Tracking Community Opportunities with BOOMS Tracker

Discover how Blue Raster supports Main Street America with the BOOMS Tracker, a property inventory tool designed to revitalize historic commercial districts. Using advanced geospatial technologies like ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Hub Premium, the BOOMS Tracker helps local leaders collect and analyze data on housing, businesses, and civic spaces, identifying development opportunities to drive community growth. Learn how our innovative solutions can enhance your projects and foster economic vitality. Contact Blue Raster today to get started!.  Read More

Mapping Food Security: Blue Raster and USAID Zones of Influence

Blue Raster is excited to announce our collaboration with ICF International on the Surveys for Monitoring in Resilience and Food Security (SMRFS) project. This initiative, supported by the Bureau for Resilience, Environment, and Food Security (REFS) and Feed the Future, focuses on combating global hunger and enhancing food security through advanced data collection and analysis.  Read More

Blue Raster Pioneering Imagery Management Technology and Delivery Workflows with ArcGIS

Blue Raster excels in tapping into the full potential of ArcGIS for imagery hosting, analysis, and delivery workflows across ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Online. With ArcGIS Image Server and ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online, we enable organizations to host and conduct dynamic imagery analysis on an unprecedented scale.  Read More

Above the Waters: A Cinematic Journey Through the Delaware River Watershed

The Delaware River holds a rich tapestry of history, playing a pivotal role in the development of the United States and serving as a witness to centuries of human activity. Flowing for approximately 330 miles through the eastern United States, the river originates in the Catskill Mountains of New York and eventually empties into the Delaware Bay.  Read More

Empowering Freshwater Communities and Indigenous People through Immersive StoryMaps

Blue Raster partnered with the Nature Conservancy’s Freshwater Community-Led Conservation Program to develop a series of StoryMaps that shed light on their work with Indigenous People and Local Communities (IPLC) around freshwater ecosystems, highlighting their efforts to propagate and enhance community-led conservation initiatives across Africa and Latin America.  Read More


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