Geospatial Analytics and Visualization

We develop a variety of geospatial analytics products for clients using open-source tools and technologies, including those used to analyze very large datasets. Our focus is on the use of AI to automate the analytics process, on big data management, and on new methods for visualizing geospatial datasets.

  • Elevation and road network of the Evergreen, CO area


AI4AI: Artificial Intelligence for Applied Innovation

The AI4AI site (at is a newly released online community currently in beta.  It is designed to walk users through the innovation process, from posing problems to creating ideas for solutions, to creating solution statements, and to forming teams that will develop products and services around those solutions. Anyone can participate; the site is free. Participants can vote on each others’ ideas and advise how to develop them further. Currently the AI classifies incoming questions into categories and provides related questions/ideas to help users in their research.

SuperConnector: Connecting Producers with Consumers at Scale through Artificial Intelligence

We have identified a significant problem facing virtual communities of all kinds, from corporate teams to large online communities of over 100,000 individuals.  This problem involves connecting many producers of knowledge and resources with individual consumers that would like to be updated with that information or to have access to those resources.  It is a “many-to-one” problem and is a problem of scale. 

How exactly does one organize individuals in a virtual community in an optimal manner and enable information sharing between hundreds or thousands of people such that individuals can get updated on progress within a few minutes?  Once again, the tools of big data and artificial intelligence have enabled us to find a solution.

The Solution

SuperConnector is a cloud-based, AI-driven web application in an early alpha stage. It was designed to find optimal connections among large groups of people for the mutual exchange of information, goods and services, enabling the formation of virtual economies.

Producers are users who wish to volunteer their knowledge, skills, or resources to other users.  Consumers are users who have a need for knowledge or skills/resources from others.  

Within the application, producers will be able to offer relevant content, a description of skills/resources they would like to offer, and a description of their current projects they need help with.  Consumers will be able to obtain a daily summary of the available content and any/all projects they might be able to contribute to at that point in time based on their skills/resources.