Many current policy problems are of unprecedented complexity and scale, requiring modern geographic information systems (GIS) to play an important role in their assessment. Extending far beyond data capture, storage, and cartography, contemporary GIS allows clients to explore big questions with modern computing by collecting, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information. RSG’s GIS scientists and statisticians support our core consulting services in utilizing both commercial and RSG-built software tools for spatial complexities such as: environmental impact assessments, evacuation planning, traffic engineering, multi-modal trip planning, inventory routing, site selection, regional and natural resource inventories.
With funding from FHWA, RSG worked with the UVM’s Transportation Research Center to design and construct a customized ESRI ArcGIS software extension that calculatedRead More
Do the characteristics of a person’s community directly influence their health status and levels of physical activity? With funding from the National Institutes ofRead More
RSG partnered with a major mapping firm to develop a suite of proprietary models and technologies for their new line of transportation-based data products.Read More
After the startup of a wood-pellet manufacturing plant, some residents of Boyne City, Michigan started registering noise complaints with the city office. The CityRead More
Tioga Road is a National Scenic Byway that passes through the Tuolumne River Wild and Scenic River watershed in the heart of Yosemite NationalRead More