GEOSPATIAL DIVISION

A Smarter City

Increasing Safety and Government Transparency in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

For the US state of Louisiana's capital city Baton Rouge, various departments needed to use their existing enterprise GIS data in its native format, but also incorporate other data sources such as financial and 311 citizen request-for-service data in order to analyze and report findings to make better resource allocation decisions. In the web-based enterprise solution, they use cross-filtering capabilities to explore data from multiple charts simultaneously to analyze location-based questions, such as blighted property data and tax-exempt revenue losses.

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