We have a firm foundation in the ArcGIS software suite, as well as many of the most commonly used open source and web-GIS software alternatives. Quantum GIS, GeoServer, PostGIS, Open Layers 3, Leaflet, and Python are all firmly stowed in our toolbox. We also excel at historical research and data migration: finding, converting, and utilizing information from the depths of your institution or from your local government archives.
Adam Cox holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Lawrence University, in Appleton, Wisconsin, and has worked in the GIS field since 2011. Beginning in cultural resource management and historic presevation, he continues to find himself in a growing variety of geospatial applications—from environmental advocacy to web-based spatial databases. In his free time, he pores over old maps and goes exploring.
Billy Williamson is finishing a B.S. in Information Technology at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. Working with various technologies, he has been building web and mobile applications since 2013, most notably web and system administration tools for GIS applications. When not at his desk, Billy enjoys spending time with his family, playing music, and fishing.
Liz Franklin is our office manager, and keeps things running smoothly on the home front.