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DigitalGlobe to Provide Vricon Elevation Data to Rise Broadband; TerraGo Releases Zero-Code Version of TerraGo Magic; AECOM Announces 3,000 Infrastructure Job Openings


DigitalGlobe to Provide Vricon Elevation Data to Rise Broadband

DigitalGlobe will provide Vricon elevation data to Rise Broadband, the largest fixed wireless internet service provider in the U.S., to enable faster and more efficient deployment of wireless internet services. The Digital Surface Model data will help Rise Broadband verify fixed wireless broadband service availability to households and businesses in its market areas before sending installation teams into the field. The combination of Vricon’s elevation products and DigitalGlobe’s satellite imagery provides Rise Broadband the ability to make decisions and enhance the performance of its wireless coverage prediction tools.

TerraGo Releases Zero-Code Version of TerraGo Magic

TerraGo announced TerraGo Magic version 2.0 is now available with the ability to build zero-code applications. With this tool, an organization’s end user can rapidly build customized, cloud-enabled iOS, Android, and web apps. Users will have more flexibility and visibility into the app they’re building. Not only can they turn features on and off but also they can preview the app instantly from the app studio, allowing them to publish a custom-built app without having developers build it from scratch. Learn more about TerraGo Magic.

AECOM Announces 3,000 Infrastructure Job Openings

AECOM is seeking qualified professionals and technical experts to fill more than 3,000 open positions throughout the U.S. and Canada in the next six months. The positions will provide critical support in infrastructure innovation for AECOM projects spanning transportation, buildings, environment, water, and energy. Current job openings range from entry level to senior leadership positions including architects, engineers, designers, planners, scientists, and more.

Peer Intel

KeyW appointed John Sutton as chief operating officer and Marion Ruzecki as chief people officer. Sutton joins KeyW from Vencore, where he led the operations and growth of the Defense, Civilian, and Homeland Security Group. Ruzecki has more than 20 years of experience developing and implementing personnel strategy for technology firms in both the federal and commercial sectors.

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