Outrigger Energy is a full service midstream energy company that operates in the mid-continent areas. DDS developed and maintains a Geocortex portal of Outrigger’s oil and gas infrastructure to allow for easy visualization and management of their current plays.
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Digital Data Services, Inc. (DDS) was contracted by the Bureau of Land Management National Operations Center to create an internal Geocortex site to allow BLM staff to perform complex analysis supporting the BLM Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) program. The goal of the AIM program is to provide a standardized monitoring strategy and data for assessing natural resource conditions and trends on BLM-managed BLM public lands.
DDS is recently assisted Pitkin County to migrate to Geocortex Essentials and add functionality to their web mapping capabilities.
DDS supported the Colorado Division of Water Resources (CDWR) to migrate their existing SVG-based web application (AquaMap) to a Geocortex-based web application.
Rio Tinto Minerals | Land Management & Environmental Applications
DDS implemented a global Enterprise Land Management System in Geocortex for Rio Tinto Minerals. DDS developed a central repository with automated data updating, specialized data models, and the use of Geocortex for the rapid development of customized map services, feature services, geoprocessing services, and image services.
Beginning in 1992, the Colorado Water Conservation Board and Division of Water Resources embarked on an effort to establish a common and accepted framework of information and tools to help facilitate informed decision-making in water resources planning in the State of Colorado.
DDS provides on-call ArcGIS consulting and support services to the Central City to support their Community Development Department. The vast majority of the GIS support has been desktop-based. DDS is coordinating with Central City to migrate to a web GIS solution utilizing ArcGIS Online to allow collaboration and sharing of GIS data between Central City and Gilpin County and extend GIS for all city departments.
The City of Colorado Springs needed a system to help them manage asset management and capital improvement planning. The City needed a way to ensure data integrity among project stakeholders, as well as a method to visualize and prioritize millions of dollars in new spending.