“Ecopia is proud to provide the State of Alaska with such a critical component to their GIS infrastructure,” said Sean Lowery, Senior Director of Product and Business Development at Ecopia. “We believe in using AI for good, and are thrilled to enable the expansion of more equitable broadband access across Alaska.”
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About Rasmuson Foundation
Rasmuson Foundation is a family Foundation based in Anchorage, Alaska. Rasmuson Foundation’s main funding areas are health care; the arts; organizational and community development; human services; and solutions to homelessness. Affordable, accessible broadband is a new area of interest. The Foundation was created in 1955 by Jenny Rasmuson, a Swedish missionary, to honor her late husband, banker E.A. Rasmuson. For more information, visit rasmuson.org
About Digital Equity
The Foundation is partnering with the State of Alaska’s Office of Broadband around digital equity, doing outreach to eight population groups (seniors, veterans, incarcerated individuals, people experiencing disabilities, people who speak English as a second language, rural Alaskans, diverse populations and low-income individuals) to understand barriers to accessing broadband. The information gathered will help inform the plan for Alaskans to achieve digital equity, promote digital inclusion and to drive the adoption of broadband.
Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, Dewberry Engineers, Inc. is a leading architectural/engineering firm with roots as a family-owned surveying company. Dewberry Alaska is proud to be a local Alaskan presence of Dewberry Engineers, Inc. To learn more, visit dewberry.com
About Ecopia AI
Ecopia is on a mission to create a digital twin of the Earth. We leverage artificial intelligence to convert high-resolution imagery into high-definition (HD) vector maps. These maps form a digital representation of reality and are embedded into decision-making applications, offering unique insight at scale. Ecopia’s HD vector maps are leveraged for hundreds of commercial and government applications across over 100 countries around the world.