• 18 July 2021

Amanda West joins the Azimuth1 team

We’re excited to welcome Amanda West to the Azimuth1 team! Amanda is a data scientist working out of Boulder, Colorado and will be focusing on our public health and safety...

  • 07 April 2021

How data science provides a new view into PFAS contaminated sites

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a suite of chemicals that have been emerging contaminants of concern in recent years. PFAS chemicals have historically been used in non-stick and protective...

  • 01 January 2021

Azimuth1 announces new Advisory Board

Azimuth1 is proud to announce the formation of our Advisory Board. We are fortunate to have three Board members who bring a wealth of experience and insight, and are committed...

  • 13 November 2020

Azimuth1 schedules early launch for MiniCarta app to support COVID response

Azimuth1 is set to launch a modified version of its MiniCarta team mapping mobile app this week to support the needs of first responders and public safety officials collecting data...

  • 04 November 2020

COVID-19 and the Environmental Remediation Industry.

Thank you to everyone that participated in our COVID-19 Environmental Remediation Survey. We started this survey because as we talk to dozens of remediation professionals each week we are getting...

  • 06 May 2020

Incorporating site-specific analytical data and machine learning to predict environmental site conditions.

Azimuth1 analyzes groundwater factors and correlation to plume dimensions in EnviMetric model.

  • 20 February 2020

EnviMetric Data Insights from Over 85,000 Remediation Sites Across the United States

EnviMetric’s environmental remediation tool is a plume modeling software that analyzes data from over 85,000 sites across the United States to help Project Managers understand plume boundaries. We’ve compiled a...

  • 01 July 2019

Azimuth1 welcomes Ryan Velazquez to our data science team

We’re happy to welcome Ryan Velazquez to the Azimuth1 team!

  • 26 September 2018

US Forest Service road identifiers now in TotalTopo

Azimuth1 and dbS Productions produce the FIND software for managing search and rescue missions. At a recent exercise in Idaho, we discovered that the forest service access roads in many...

  • 18 July 2018

Massive building footprints data for TotalTopo

In our work with the Department of Homeland Security and dbS SAR, Azimuth1 is designing and building search and rescue software for first responders. Part of that system is a...

  • 05 November 2017

Welcome to the team, Robert Sellers!

We’re excited to welcome Robert Sellers to our team! Robert is a data scientist based in NYC and will be focusing on our navigation and routing products as well as...

  • 15 September 2016

SmartData Solutions now incorporates site geology data

We’ve recently added the capability to use soil boring logs in SmartData Solutions. Of all the ideas that our customers float our way, this is the one that people have...

  • 31 May 2016

FIND software tested at NPS SAR Exercise

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...

  • 24 February 2016

Maps of alternative fuel stations in the US

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...

  • 15 October 2015

A geo-game for the Virginia GIS Conference

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 map...

  • 19 August 2015

Introducing SARCAT

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...

  • 16 July 2015

Azimuth1 welcomes Anna Milligan to our team!

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. At Azimuth1 Anna works with lab...

  • 07 June 2015

A technical overview of our SAR topo implementation

As you may have read in our preceding post, the Search and Rescue (SAR) map we are building seeks to combine the vital features of USGS topographic maps with the...

  • 02 June 2015

Designing a topo map for search and rescue

A child is lost in the forest. An elderly dementia patient wanders away from home. A hiker is overdue from a weekend outing. These scenarios happen daily around the world...

  • 07 March 2014

Bayesian updating for sensor fusion

Bayesian statistics are useful for handling uncertainty of outcomes in many situations. With the growth of small-sats, the latest generation of small and relatively cheap sensors for Earth imaging, the...