Celebrating Earth Day!
Top 5 Earth Day Apps
In appreciation for Earth Day, Timmons Group is excited to share some of our recent technology project successes with you! We have done it all, from locating the most promising fishing locations to developing applications that house important natural resource information.
Timmons Group’s first game was developed in partnership with SRRN Games for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.
New To The App Store!
Timmons Group worked closely with the Missouri Department of Transportation to design, develop and implement a new mobile news application for iOS and Android, as well as a desktop web application.
Exploring Virginia’s Offshore Wind Potential
Exploring Virginia’s Offshore Wind Potential is an iPad-friendly web portal that allows users to view current measured and modeled meteorological conditions across Virginia’s coastal waters.
MO Fall Colors
An easy-to-use application to discover and submit pictures of changing foliage enhancing tourism opportunities, outreach, and education to all residents and visitors.
Texas A&M Forest Service contracted with Timmons Group for the development of Tree Trails, a new, educational mobile and desktop application designed to collect information about trees throughout the State of Texas.
Find MO Fish
Missouri anglers can now get high-tech help locating fishing spots with the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Find MO Fish mobile application for smart phones and tablets.
Forest Activity Electronic Notification and Reporting System (FERNS)
Timmons Group was contracted for the planning, design and implementation of a Forest Activity Electronic Notification and Reporting System (FERNS) application for Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF).
- Apr 20
- Timmons Group Project Team Launches New Stormwater Game for Earth Day
- Mar 19
- Jackson County, MO Selects Timmons Group to Update Existing Geospatial Data Framework
- Mar 13
- Stewardship Mapping and Reporting Tool Project (SMART) Recipient of 2013 Chief’s Honor Awards
- Mar 10
- Timmons Group Announces New Webinar on Empowering Fish and Wildlife GIS