Case Studies

Browse our case studies to discover how GIS is used and applied across a wide variety of industries.

  • Small Regional Municipality Dreams Big with ArcGIS Online

    Small Regional Municipality Dreams Big with ArcGIS Online

    At MRC de Coaticook, implementing ArcGIS Online saves time and increases productivity; residents use online interactive apps & maps to access data.

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  • Maricopa County Generates a More Equitable Tax Roll with Assessment Analyst

    Maricopa County Generates a More Equitable Tax Roll with Assessment Analyst

    Assessment Analyst helps improve accuracy of residential property data, adding $1 billion in new taxable value for the County.

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  • City of Barrie Makes Big Infrastructure Management Strides with Cityworks

    City of Barrie Makes Big Infrastructure Management Strides with Cityworks

    Cityworks enables growing municipality to centralize access to data and streamline asset and work management.

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  • GIS Ambassador Profile: Ian Manning

    GIS Ambassador Profile: Ian Manning

    Read how Ian Manning, a Nova Scotia-based master’s student, shares the educational value of maps and geographic information systems with the public.

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  • GIS Ambassador Profile: Frank King

    GIS Ambassador Profile: Frank King

    Learn how Frank King, a Halifax-based GIS consultant, shows his passion for geography and GIS as an ambassador at the Oxford School, his alma mater.

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  • Other Ocean Interactive Speeds Up Video Game Development with GIS

    Other Ocean Interactive Speeds Up Video Game Development with GIS

    CityEngine increases game developer’s productivity on environment creation by 400%, reducing labour costs and time to market.

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  • Veridian Connections Powers Innovation through GIS

    Veridian Connections Powers Innovation through GIS

    In 2014, Veridian implemented several ArcGIS solutions to help further integrate its systems and processes to drive greater efficiencies. As a result, Veridian has streamlined the flow of information

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  • New Web Mapping Approach Moves City of Coquitlam Towards Greater Productivity

    New Web Mapping Approach Moves City of Coquitlam Towards Greater Productivity

    Adopting a one-map-fits-all approach to publishing web maps has been a standard practice for municipalities and government agencies for many years.

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  • GIS Ambassador Profile - Zoe Goodyear

    GIS Ambassador Profile - Zoe Goodyear

    Read about Zoe Goodyear, a GIS Ambassador in St. John's, NL who believes deeply in the importance of geography and GIS to help understand our world and solve its many challenges.

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  • Small School Gives Students Big Advantage with Commitment to GIS

    Small School Gives Students Big Advantage with Commitment to GIS

    Chesley District Community School has sought to engage students in its geography program through a combination of technology and experiential learning.

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  • GIS Ambassador Profile: Larisa Johnstone

    GIS Ambassador Profile: Larisa Johnstone

    Larisa Johnstone is a Windsor-based GIS professional who is a passionate believer in the educational value of maps and geographic information systems (GIS).

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  • The City of Kamloops Gains Operational Efficiencies, Improves Financial Control and Transparency

    The City of Kamloops Gains Operational Efficiencies, Improves Financial Control and Transparency

    In 2009, the City of Kamloops embarked on a corporate-wide asset management program with the goal of transforming the way the City manages its corporate assets.

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  • Building Better Parks & Tree Inventories with Web GIS

    Building Better Parks & Tree Inventories with Web GIS

    In August 2014, the City of Guelph Parks & Open Space GIS Project was initiated to improve the park inventory system and the way information related to park assets is shared.

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  • St. Andrew’s College Sparks Student Entrepreneurial Spirit with Esri’s Business Analyst Online

    St. Andrew’s College Sparks Student Entrepreneurial Spirit with Esri’s Business Analyst Online

    Located just north of Toronto, St. Andrew’s College (SAC) is an independent, university preparatory school for boys that has been teaching and developing students since 1899.

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  • Calgary Co-op mitigates site selection risk and identifies new opportunities

    Calgary Co-op mitigates site selection risk and identifies new opportunities

    Calgary Co-op is a retail co-operative with annual sales over $1 billion that offers food, home health care, pharmacy, petroleum and travel to more than 440,000 members in the Calgary region.

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  • Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development manages animal health events with GIS

    Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development manages animal health events with GIS

    Failure to prevent the spread of animal diseases could cost Canada’s livestock industry billions of dollars.

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  • Enhancing power outage communications & restoration with GIS

    Enhancing power outage communications & restoration with GIS

    New Brunswick (NB) Power is a public utility providing power to more than 350,000 customers in New Brunswick and surrounding areas.

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  • Cloud-based Field Data Collection Expedites Environmental Study in Northern Ontario

    Cloud-based Field Data Collection Expedites Environmental Study in Northern Ontario

    As part of an environmental study in northern Ontario, Dillon Consulting overcame these limitations by developing a digitized data collection workflow using Collector for ArcGIS.

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  • Calgary’s Emergency Management Agency protects growing population through a Common Operating Picture (COP)

    Calgary’s Emergency Management Agency protects growing population through a Common Operating Picture (COP)

    To ensure the safety of over 1 million residents, in 2011, The City of Calgary’s Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) implemented a new Comprehensive Emergency Management Model.

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  • School board achieves greater productivity and improves bus route planning with ArcGIS

    School board achieves greater productivity and improves bus route planning with ArcGIS

    Located in Nova Scotia, the South Shore Regional School Board (SSRSB) services Lunenburg and Queens Counties, with 24 schools dispersed over an area covering more than 5,200 square kilometres.

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