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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Please visit our booth (#1110) at GEOINT 2017, taking place June 4 - 7 in San Antonio, TX.

GeoNorth Information Systems, LLC (GNIS) will be demonstrating our unique GEOINT capabilities including tailored satellite observation services for monitoring multiple domains including maritime, terrestrial-based infrastructure, environmental, etc.... We facilitate GEOINT analytics through customer-centric geospatial data and imagery services.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

One fact about GNIS that is not so well known, is that we are part of the Tatitlek Alaska Native Corporation; in which every dollar of profit we make goes back into the isolated village community in Alaska to fund welfare, education and day to day basics such as food delivery, water, electricity etc.

Friday, March 17, 2017

GeoNorth (Information Systems) is now the service provider for the State of Alaska’s SPOT SDMI imagery streaming services. More information about service end-points and much more is available via the AK Dept. of Natural Resources at: http://agc.dnr.alaska.gov/imagery_services.cfm

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Anchorage, AK. -- February 14, 2017 -- GeoNorth Information Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Tatitlek Corporation and a leader in geospatial and technology solutions today announced it has been awarded a contract by the State of Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide imagery streaming services to the general public. GeoNorth Information Systems will provide the business and technical services required to ensure that the general public has 24/7 access to the state’s SDMI imagery and other ancillary data layers.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Anchorage, AK. -- January 3, 2017 -- GeoNorth Information Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Tatitlek Corporation and a leader in geospatial and technology solutions today announced it has completed delivery of more than 270,000 km2 Spot 6 and Spot 7 (hereafter Spot) imagery to the State of Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to refresh the existing 2.5m resolution statewide basemap.  This include refreshes of the Kodiak, Nunivak and St. Matthews Islands as well as the entire SE panhandle and large portions of the Yukon Delta region and the Alaska Peninsula.