The UN has awarded an environmental award to Esri founder Jack Dangermond. Dangermond created the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) in 1969 with his wife, Laura. For over 40 years Esri has aided in expanding conservation efforts and natural resources management as it enables people to collect, visualize and manage geographic data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared.
The award recognizes Dangermond’s commitment to ensuring that those working in conservation and development have access to the best GIS technology, the release states. And with the advent of Mobile Data Collection apps from iFormBuilder, this data is now collected quicker, more efficiently, and with bigger results.
Esri launched a conservation program in 1989 to provide nonprofit organizations with GIS software, data and training. And since iFormBuilder has entered the mobile app data collection fireld, teaming up has been a plus for the world. Esri and iFormBuilder have teamed to aid in conservation of water, fire recovery efforts, and other mapping data. And with iFormBuilder’s advanced ThunderPlug system,. data can be gathered offline and off.
iFormBuilder congratulates Jack Dangermond, and the entire Esri family of organizations across the globe.
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