Month: August 2016

Farallon Geographics Migrates City of Foster City to Esri LGIM for Easy Use of Off-the-Shelf Applications

Farallon Geographics Migrates City of Foster City to Esri LGIM for Easy Use of Off-the-Shelf Applications

San Francisco — Farallon Geographics is working with the City of Foster City to migrate their legacy GIS system from MapGuide 6.5 to Esri LGIM. Farallon is responsible for the planning, project management, data migration, a complete high-performance installation, and staff training. For the City, migrating to LGIM offers an affordable, forward thinking solution that gives them immediate access to a wide range of Esri and Esri-compatible off-the-shelf applications built...
Why I enjoy writing GIS Strategic Plans

Why I enjoy writing GIS Strategic Plans

I am currently working on Strategic Plans for the City of Walnut Creek and the San Jose Water Company. It got me thinking about the processes involved and why I enjoy doing GIS Strategic Plans. It allows me to research the latest technologies, review what we’ve done for other clients and then weave that into an optimized, tailored solution for the new client.  That kind of thinking forms the foundation for everything...
For Historical Preservation in Queen Anne’s County, It’s All About Connections

For Historical Preservation in Queen Anne’s County, It’s All About Connections

“I have worked and collected materials, researched and documented and listened for 15 years. This is why Arches is such a gem for me as it is the best possible place to preserve all of this (historical data).”  – Mary Margaret Revell Goodwin — Queen Anne’s County Historian These are some kind words about Arches Cultural Heritage and Asset Management software from Queen Anne’s County. Farallon worked with  the Queen...