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CIOREVIEW

CIO Review
"ProStar selected in listing of 20 most promising utilities technology solution providers"
- February 2017

The utilities industry has always relied on some form of mapping to manage assets and facilities. ProStar is among the 20 most promising utilities technology solution providers for 2017. Carl Lashua explains ProStar's cloud and mobile solution and how it is designed to improve existing business practices for collecting, qualifying, storing, managing and sharing critical information of both surface and sub-surface assets.

Read the CIO Review here at GJEP or download the PDF here

 


North Carolina State University
"ProStar Conducts Open Layer's Seminar"
- February, 2017

ProStar's Dan Colby and Nathan Kannan conduct an open layers seminar held at North Carolina State University.

 


BusinessTimes

The Business Times
"The game's afoot" - January26 - February 8, 2017

SynapticSwitch finds its niche in a competitive environment and moves to the offices of ProStar Geocorp in Grand Junction to help ProStar render its geospatial information software and services in three dimensions.

Read "The game's afoot" article here

 


The Colorado State House of Representatives
"Governor Mentions ProStar in State of the State Address."
- January 12, 2017

Governor Hickenlooper recognizes ProStar Geocorp's acceptance into the Rural Jumpstart Program and winning the APEX award for Entrepreneurship while speaking at the Colorado State House of Representatives State of the State address.

 


BusinessTimes

The Business Times
"High hopes for high tech" - November 24 - December 7, 2016

Page Tucker, president and chief executive officer of ProStar Geopcorp in Grand Junction, won an Apex Award from the Colorado Technology Association. Tucker has high hopes for the future not only of his company, but also the sector in the Grand Valley.

Read "High hopes for high tech" article here

 



Colorado Technology Association
"ProStar Co-Hosts Colorado Tech Tour"
- August 3, 2016

The Colorado Technology Assoctiation (CTA) brought the Colorado Tech Tour to Grand Junction earlier this year and the visit was co-hosted by ProStar Geocorp on Wednesday August 3rd, 2016.

 


Denver Business Journal

Denver Business Journal
"Making Noise on the Western Slope"
- November 11 - 17, 2016

Out on Colorado's western slope quietly grows a tech community. But it may not stay quiet for long thanks to Page Tucker.

He's building his geospatial intelligence solutions company, Prostar Geocorp, into one of the most promising endeavors in the state while putting Grand Junction on the map.

Read "Making Noise on the Western Slope" article here

 

WPM Hybrid Cloud

World Pipeline Magazine
"The Hybrid Cloud" - August 2016

Page Tucker, ProStar Geocorp Inc., USA, and Peter Forster, Zetta Business Software Consulting Inc., discuss how cloud and mobile technologies can help mitigate risk concerns facing the pipeline industry.

Read "The Hybrid Cloud" article here

 


Business Times

The Business Times
"Envisioning the Future" - August 25 - September 7, 2016

Firm using augmented reality headsets to develop software to locate and manage infrastructure. Carey Wheeler, a geospatial intelligence specialist at ProStar Geopcorp in Grand Junction, dons a HoloLens headset to demonstrate the use of augmented reality in developing software.

Read "Envisioning the Future" article here

 


BusinessTimes

The Business Times
"Pointing the Way" - February 25 - March 16, 2016

High-tech firm among the first participants in Jump-Start effort. Page Tucker, president and chief executive officer of ProStar Geopcorp in Grand Junction, points out the features of the software his company has developed to help pipeline and utility industries locate and manage infrastructure.

Read "Pointing the Way" article here

 


WPM

World Pipeline Magazine
"Pieces of the Puzzle" - July 2015

A not-so-quiet revolution is taking place in our world. We see it every day in our private lives. The connections between cloud servers and our mobile phones and tablets are managing immense amounts of data. That data is pushed on demand in order to help us stay connected, remain up to date on important events, and to improve the management of our daily activities in today's modern world. Google, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and now Uber are all changing the way we communicate, search, purchase, socialise, commute, and locate the products and services we desire. Now this same revolution is coming to the oil and gas industry.

Read "Pieces of the Puzzle" article here

 


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