Rolls Royce Goes Electric, Foreshadowing Industry Challenges

Widespread adoption of electric vehicles looms—but first, retailers need to take a geographic approach to sales across diverse markets.

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How Climate Change Is Shaping Real Estate Investments

Home buyers will now see a climate risk score on their dream house. Will it change where they want to live?

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Transport Scotland

Transport Scotland’s ArcGIS Gritter Tracker solution has transformed the perception of gritting services in Scotland.

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NextTech: Monitoring the Global Supply Chain in Real Time

By tracking how global supply chain disruptions impact finished goods, a real-time dashboard gives executives an edge in risk assessment.

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Tracking Meatless Menus and Other Trends

When consumer preferences change, retailers, manufacturers, and service providers need to keep up.

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A Growing Company Enlists the Four A’s of Location Intelligence

With artificial intelligence, automation, cloud-based architecture, and analytics, an insurance company executes an ambitious growth plan.

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Five Ways Smart Maps Have Changed the Business World

Maps have evolved dramatically beyond the trusty TripTiks of our youth. Now they're showing business executives the right path.

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How Stores Can Thrive—By Learning from Failure

A new study suggests companies have as much to learn from store closures as they do from expansions, and location plays a compelling role.

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How to end the ICE age and keep Electric Vehicles moving

Electric Vehicle (EV) charger installations are not keeping pace with demand. Stakeholders need to choose the right locations quickly and confidently. Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technology is accelerating the decision-making process.

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Digital Twin of the Globe Helps Companies Get Ahead of Climate Risk

A new predictive modeling technology helps organizations understand how climate change could disrupt global supply chains decades from now.

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