July 2013, Vol. 240 No. 7

Features

Jack Dangermonds Vision Still Helping Change The World

In 1969, Jack Dangermond founded Esri with a vision that computer-based mapping and analysis could make significant contributions in the areas of geographic planning and environmental science. Now commonly referred to as GIS, geographic information systems have long played an important role in the pipeline industry for ensuring regulatory compliance and integrity management, and pipeline operators rely on Esri technology every day for data maintenance and operational management. In this interview, this pioneer of digital mapping Dangermond embraced a wide range of topics, from how he got his start in GIS to the evolving role of GIS in the pipeline industry. P&GJ: So, you

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