Dynamic Data Integration

Dynamic Data Integration

A snowy Town of Snowmass at night with lights glowing in the dusk. The town uses GIS.

Elevating an Enterprise GIS

Introduction Nestled in the Rocky Mountains at approximately 8,200 feet above sea level, the Town of Snowmass Village is comprised of a medium density, mixed used, and transit-oriented core surrounded by suburban residential neighborhoods and open space. Over 35 miles of maintained hiking and biking trails and 150 miles of ski trails contribute to the […]

A pier with boats docked in Caroline County, Maryland, and a picture of a park fence.

Maryland: GIS for Parks & Recreation

Caroline County, MD enjoys an improved, well-managed park system thanks to a GIS Parks and Recreation management solution. 

View of The City of Unalaska, Alaska with mountains in the backgroud

The Deadliest Catch City Implements GIS

The City of Unalaska, Alaska focuses their enterprise GIS solution on infrastructure and asset management, including electric, water, wastewater and stormwater systems, and parcel management.

Troup County, Georgia picture of the Government Center.

E-911 Center Modernizes Their Mapping Application

Troup County, GA uses GIS for Public Safety.

kids playing soccer. They signed up on a roster so their information can be kept in a database for dynamic data integration.

Data integration is the combination of technical and business processes used to combine data from disparate sources into meaningful and valuable information. A complete data integration solution delivers trusted data from a variety of sources.

Get the most out of GIS by ensuring compatibility and integration with existing software. For example, recreation user software can be integrated with GIS to show where users are coming from, what activities they are going to, and the amount of activity in a given area.

GTG offers a solution with a real and present opportunity to integrate data from many existing software solutions. This can include real-time recreation user information, work order and work request data, park user survey data, tree inventory systems, and revenue data