PARTNERS & MEMBERSHIPS
Mapping programs are often a marriage of capabilities from multiple geographic information system companies who bring complementary skill-sets to the process. Sanborn seeks to build the best solutions for clients by leveraging technology and products offered by top organizations in the geographic information system industry.
Esri is headquartered in Redlands, California and is focused on GIS software development. Sanborn has been an Esri Business Partner since 1992. Esri and the Esri Logo are licensed trademarks of Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.
Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google Maps has been a revolutionary web mapping service since its inception and has changed the way people use geospatial information in their daily lives. Sanborn has been a Google Channel Partner since 2014 and has an in-house team of Google Cloud Platform Fully Qualified Developers.
Known globally as a maker of leading-edge technology, Hexagon Geospatial enables customers to easily transform their data into actionable information, shortening the lifecycle from the moment of change to action.
Planet designs, builds, and operates the world’s most capable constellation of Earth-imaging satellites. Planet’s mission is to image the entire Earth, every day, and make global change visible, accessible, and actionable. See change. Change the world.
Founded in 1934, the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) is a scientific association serving over 7,000 professional members around the world. Our mission is to advance knowledge and improve understanding of mapping sciences to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and supporting technologies.
The Innovative Solutions Consortium (ISC) was founded as a forum to promote collaboration among industry leaders, enable meaningful information exchange, and address the government’s toughest technology and scientific problems. Our goal is to use our combined capabilities to help those who protect and defend our nation, and build a more robust environment for government contractors and commercial innovators.
The Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors (MAPPS) is the only national association of firms in the surveying, spatial data and geographic information systems field in the United States. MAPPS member firms are engaged in surveying, photogrammetry, satellite and airborne remote sensing, aerial photography, hydrography, aerial and satellite image processing, GPS and GIS data collection and conversion services. Our associate members include firms that provide products and services to our member firms, as well as other firms world-wide.
The National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) serves as the national voice for regionalism by advocating for regional cooperation as the most effective way to address a variety of community planning and development opportunities and issues. NARC’s member organizations are composed of multiple local governments that work together to serve American communities – large and small, urban and rural.
The National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) is an organization committed to efficient and effective government through the prudent adoption of geospatial information technologies (GIT). Members of NSGIC include senior state geographic information system (GIS) managers and coordinators. Other members include representatives from federal agencies, local government, the private sector, academia and other professional organizations. A rich and diverse group, the NSGIC membership includes nationally and internationally recognized experts in geospatial information technologies, data creation and management as well as information technology policy.
Formed “in the interest of National Defense… bringing together all phases of U.S. engineering, [in both the] civil sector and military, for the advancement of knowledge…and the rapid mobilization of engineering capabilities.” -The Charter of the Society of American Military Engineers, founded in 1920.
The purpose of the Foundation is to promote the geospatial-intelligence tradecraft, and to develop a stronger community of interest between Government, Industry, Academic, and Professional organizations and Individuals who share a mission focus around the development and application of geospatial intelligence data and geo-processing resources to address National Security objectives.