Brazil-based Agrotools analyzes over 1,300 layers of data from multiple sources to provide information on what is happening with agriculture suppliers and customers.
Cybersecurity platform Expel, which specializes in threat detection and response, today announced that it has raised a $140.3 million Series E funding round co-led by Alphabet’s independent growth f
Esri, the geographic information system (GIS), mapping and spatial analytics company, is hosting its (virtual) developer summit today. Unsurprisingly, it is making a couple of major announcements at t
AWS today announced the preview of Amazon Location, a new service for developers who want to add location-based features to their web-based and mobile applications. Based on mapping data from Esri and
Microsoft is embarking on a new sustainability initiative as part of its overall approach to support environmental protection measures, with a project it calls the “Planetary Computer.” Th
As the number of drones proliferates in cities and towns across America, government agencies are scrambling to find ways to manage the oncoming traffic that’s expected to clog up their airspace.
Waze has been sending its partner cities a fire hose of data for the past four years through its free Connected Citizens Program. And while that aggregated and anonymized data holds critical informati
Since President Trump took office, there have been protests large and small across the United States and around the globe. Esri, the big-data collection and analysis company, has helped communities us
Religion and technology are not two phrases that often go hand in hand. Molly Burhans is looking to change that. Growing up Catholic in upstate New York, Burhans had the intention of becoming a nun.
The interactive navigation app Waze, with its 65 million active monthly users, has partnered with Esri, which provides geographic information systems (GIS) software to 25,000 state, local and national
Not every app here at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon has its roots in ideas of quantum entanglement and the ineffable quality of human connection, but that's what drove Freddie Iboy and his coding p
Here is a fun drone hack from our Disrupt NY Hackathon. FloNew brings together Gimbal beacons, Esri mapping, Nexmo's communications platform and Parrot's RollingSpider MiniDrones. Using FloNew's mobil
What kinds of apps do cities need? This is a key question that cities have been asking themselves and answering in a range of ways in recent years. Before we even can truly answer that question though
While <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nokia.com">Nokia</a> continues to plug away at picking up more consumer users of its new Windows Phone-powered smartphones, it's also looking for more license
Beyond the edge of SXSW last week, the <a target="_blank" href="http://esri.com">ESRI</a> team camped out in an old brick firehouse with the interior of an Italian palace. It felt like the home of an
The next generation of apps will require developers to think more of the human as the user interface. It will become more about the need to know how an app works while a person stands up or with their
<a target="_blank" href="http://geoloqi.com">Geoloqi</a>, the Portland, Ore.-based location-based platform that helps developers add location-based features to their apps, today <a target="_blank" hre