Wednesday February 19, 2020

Mapping the future for construction

Specialising in the space of contextualising mapping and planning, Esri Ireland works with a significant number of construction companies and authorities

18th February, 2018
Eamonn Doyle, chief technology officer, Esri Ireland

When it comes to planning, there’s more to mapping than just the location. The data surrounding it plays a key role too, as Esri Ireland demonstrates.

Specialising in the space of contextualising mapping and planning, Esri Ireland works with a significant number of construction companies and authorities such as the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This becomes more important when you realise that while the core of it doesn’t change, the...

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