[November 5, 2012] The ENTCHEV team worked with the Google Crisis Response team to map New Jersey gas stations, pharmacies, hotels, and food establishments in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. We developed and maintained four GIS data layers from tabular data published by the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM). These layers were displayed on the official Google Crisis Map and on our blog.
[April 10, 2012] Atanas Entchev, ENTCHEV president and CEO, was invited to give a guest lecture at Rutgers-Newark to a class of mid-career professionals and decision-makers. The topic: Open source and web GIS.
[March 1, 2012] Woodbridge Township, New Jersey officially rolled out a custom GIS application designed and developed by ENTCHEV. The application automates the 200' notification -- a routine and, until now, laborious municipal government process. The first official automated system output -- map and report -- went out to the public today.