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It All Started With a Map: Preston Evans Staff Spotlight

In honor of GIS Week, we are featuring stories of how members of the geothinQ Team found their passion for GIS!

A Field That Married Map Design and Technology: Megan Dulamal Staff Spotlight

In honor of GIS Week, we are featuring stories of how members of the geothinQ Team found their passion for GIS!

NCSE Biotech

Identify all bio-renewable assets in the region with North Carolina Southeast's public geothinQ application.

Does “More MARTA” Mean More Development Opportunities?

Using Transactional Data to Locate Development Opportunities Near Proposed “More MARTA” Expansion Projects

Transactions

geothinQ’s transaction points and neighborhoods give you all the transaction information needed to make the best decision for your business or organization.

Census

Every year, the US Census Bureau releases a treasure trove of data from its American Community Survey, representing the most up-to-date estimates of demographics throughout the country. geothinQ allows you to make simple yet comprehensive reports based on this valuable data for any area, large or small.

Pin Groups

Pin Groups are the fastest way to share information with your organization. Add users to a group and all members will have the ability to view and edit pins as they are created. Members can upload files to pins for others to view and download on their own devices.

GIS and the Site Selection Process

Clients having trouble choosing the perfect site? GIS technology and value-based data can help answer the question of "where" during site selection!

Compatibility With Planning Software

Geographic data comes from all types of sources and geothinQ has created a tool that helps you get your data on the map without disrupting your workflow. Import CAD, ESRI shapefiles, Google Earth files specific to a site alongside geothinQ data.

Pins

Location sharing has become the norm in our technocentric world. Social media platforms build so many of their features off this principle, so why not the workplace?