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Northern Colorado's Unique Approach to GIS Problem Solving
A high concentration of GIS companies have selected Northern Colorado as the ideal place to locate their business.  Known as "GIS Alley," this mix of private, public, and educational institutions has resulted in a pool of talent, capital, and collaboration seen in very few areas of the country.
The Rocky Mountain Geospatial Cluster serves as a way for companies to partner on projects, share ideas, and be discovered by the regional business community.  This site was designed to make finding a partner for GIS projects much simpler and to highlight the ongoing success stories of our member companies.

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Latest News & Announcements

Companies team up for high-tech map quest
January 10, 2011

Numerica's new GIS technology can decompress and produce highly accurate three-dimensional digital maps and then wirelessly stream the data to memory-constrained mobile devices.

The advance, called GIS Encoder, is the latest government-contract success story for small business partners Numerica and TechnGraphics (now CACI), and the product is moving forward just as the firms are each going through a major growth spurt. Read more ...


November 11, 2010

Loveland-based Numerica Corporation, a recognized global leader in defense technology, launched its new corporate Web site – – to better reflect significant and positive changes at the organization in response to extraordinary growth.

CACI Announces Intent to Acquire TechniGraphics, Inc.
October 19, 2010

CACI International Inc. announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire TechniGraphics, Inc., a leading provider of imagery and geospatial services, including digital maps, to the U.S. Intelligence Community.

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