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Eyes on the Street

Streetviews: Q&A with Azavea's Robert Cheetham

For this week’s Streetviews Q&A we sat down with Robert Cheetham, founder of the civic minded geospatial and software firm Azavea, about the big opportunities ahead in open data as an…

    • Wharton student Zachary Woods

From the Editor: Pedestrians need safer streets. Now!

I think of Zach Woods almost every day. The multiple car crash that took his life happened just seconds before I arrived at the intersection of Walnut Street and 30th Street…

    • The PlanPhilly / Eyes on the Street team

Welcome to a brand new PlanPhilly!

What you are looking at today is a thoroughly new, innovative PlanPhilly website that is designed to better connect the planning, design and development communities in Philadelphia through an integrated content…

    • License to Inspect

‘License to Inspect’ enables easy monitoring of L&I data

Today, PlanPhilly and Azavea released a new online tool that makes it easy to monitor construction, demolition, and code violations in targeted areas of the city. The tool, called License to…

    • West Philadelphia Fresh Food Hub on Lancaster Avenue.
    • Maura Kennedy demonstrates new L&I site at press conference

L&I releases new apps in website upgrade

The Department of Licenses and Inspections has completely overhauled its website, liberating a vast amount of data that was previously relegated to hard-to-find corners of the web or altogether unavailable…

    • License to Inspect

This just in from Technically Philly: City Licenses and Inspections department to launch web app this summer, another dubbed ‘License to Inspect’ to follow

By Christopher WinkFor Technically Philly For those of you keeping track of city-sanctioned, good government web apps, you may have noticed a prominent one that still hasn’t landed. Last fall,…

Eyes on the Street

PlanPhilly picked for Azavea's Summer of Maps

Today Azavea announced the winners of its inaugural Summer of Maps, a 12-week fellowship that pairs budding GIS analysts with nonprofit partners to work on a specific geo-spatial analysis project.…

    • PlanPhilly among winners for Azavea's inaugural ‘Summer of Maps’ program

PlanPhilly among winners for Azavea's inaugural ‘Summer of Maps’ program

Philadelphia, PA, April 26, 2012 – Azavea, an award winning geospatial analysis (GIS) software development company announces the winners of its first Summer of Maps.  Inspired by the Google …

    • A screenshot of a draft of the License to Inspect tool, built by Azavea for PlanPhilly using the new L&I app

License to Inspect: City of Philadelphia L&I API will drive PlanPhilly transparency app

A Technically Philly exclusive: If the deadlines of today are worth more than the deadlines of the past, the City of Philadelphia is due to release before the end of the…

    • Pennsylvania legislative district 172, as it stands today. Click to visit Redistricting the Nation.

Redistricting: How critics claim John Perzel shaped District 172 in his own image

Pennsylvania legislative district 172, as it stands today. Click to visit Redistricting the Nation.This is part of ongoing coverage in “District 172: The Politics of Change after State Rep.…

Switch Philly, tech demo-presentation event

Technically Philly, the news site that covers the community of people who use technology in the Philadelphia region, has announced Switch Philly, a new business presentation event where five…

Azavea and the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia Launch CommonSpace Web Application Making Social Fun Easier While Promoting Walking, Biking, and Public Transit

See related PlanPhilly coverage View this press release as a PDF  Philadelphia, PA, September 2, 2010 – Today, Azavea, an award-winning geospatial analysis (GIS) software development company, and the Sustainable…

    • New Philly mapping app gives dazzling directions to local businesses

New Philly mapping app gives dazzling directions to local businesses

This piece is reported in partnership with Technically Philly, a news site that covers technology in the Philadelphia region.This afternoon, I made last minute plans to meet a colleague…

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