FIND software tested at NPS SAR Exercise

Building a field deployable system for search and rescue incident management

Jason Dalton | May 31, 2016

Two weeks ago, Azimuth1 supported search and rescue teams from across Virginia and North Carolina at the Blue Ridge Parkway Search and Rescue Exercise (SAREX), a simulated lost person search mission sponsored and run by the National Park Service. Read all about the experience in this account of the exercise by our team. ....

Maps of alternative fuel stations in the US

Data provided by the new HIFLD Open data set

Jason Dalton | February 24, 2016

Today at the ESRI Federal User Group Conference, they announced HIFLD Open, which is a subset of the HIFLD (formerly known as HSIP) data that is open, and with no release restrictions. So we went looking for data we could use for our environmental and energy analytics work. Here’s are some quick maps of alternative fueling stations across the country. ....

Jason Dalton | October 15, 2015

If you’re heading to the 26th Annual Virginia GIS Conference next week, you can have a little fun with a geo-challenge we’ve set up. You’ll need to find the ....

Introducing SARCAT

The open-source Search and Rescue data management system

Jason Dalton | August 19, 2015

Understanding lost person behavior is essential to making better decisions in how you allocate trained search resources like field search teams, search dogs, helicopters, and drones. For several years now ....

Jason Dalton | July 16, 2015

Anna Milligan joined Azimuth1 this summer as an intern and we’re happy to say she’ll be staying on with us as an Environmental Analyst. ....

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