Sound infrastructure is essential to a sustainable economy and society. Discover how Niagara Region leverages advanced digital mapping technology to better communicate capital projects to decision-makers and efficiently manage development in support of intelligent growth. Read this article by Barry Kelly, public works industry manager at Esri Canada, which was published in Municipal World.
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