A GIS Solution for the Military’s Cemetery Operations
Spc. Zachary Wright, an Engineer Soldier with the 512th Engineer Detachment walks along a road in Corozal American Cemetery in Panama City, Panama, June 28, 2018, with a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) system, which works by sending out a beam of light and measuring the time it takes to return to the sensor. Wright is working as part of a certifying program to ensure precision and accuracy at the final resting places of American service members. The pilot program is supported through a cooperative effort between the American Battle Monuments Commission, Arlington National Cemetery, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the Army GeoSpatial Center and Product Director Combat Terrain Information Systems. (U.S. Army Photo/Courtesy USACE)

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