Introducing LocateNYC – a New York City Geocoding service powered, designed and created by DVG.
What is LocateNYC?
LocateNYC is a New York City focused geocoding API that’s driven by city open data, ensuring current & consistent data across your enterprise. The API is structured to easily integrate with Esri’s ArcGIS Online and Enterprise Portal, enabling LocateNYC locating throughout the Esri ecosystem of maps and apps.
Some Key Features
• Esri Integration – Use LocateNYC in Esri maps & apps.
• Buildings – Locate buildings in NYC by using Building Identification Number (BIN).
• Buildings 3D – Locate and visualize in 3D using building floor elevation.
• Tax Lots – Search for city tax lots using the “borough, block, and lot” (BBL) format.
• Batch Geocoding – Easily geocode large numbers of records through ArcGIS Online & Portal or directly using the API.
• Reverse Geocoding – Easily reverse geocode address data within NYC.
View project at locatenyc.io
John is one of the founding partners of DVG, and has 20 years experience building solutions for major organizations. He has a deep foundation in data warehousing, business intelligence, data analysis, and user interface design.
Gary A. Maio
Gary is managing partner and COO for DVG. Gary handles the day to day operations of the company, as well as cultivating relationships in the law enforcement community. His unique blend of creative leadership in law enforcement and corporate management has helped DVG gain significant growth.
Rob serves as Vice President of Sales & Business Development at DVG. He has more than has 25 years of experience in high technology markets within a wide range of companies; venture backed start-ups, private owned mid-size, and global public enterprises.
John has been a software developer and engineer for over 20 years, primarily focused on developing innovative software products and solutions for the public safety sector. For the past five years, in addition to his role as Vice President of Products and Services at DVG.
Matt has been in the design field for almost 20 years, working with such clients as Microsoft, Canon, Nikon, United Way, Corning, Guess, Sears, Motorola and Honeywell. He has extensive expertise in the disciplines of user experience and user interface design as well as brand strategy & development.
Ed started using GIS as a master’s student at Duke University. Ed has designed and implemented desktop, server and web GIS applications for a variety governmental and private organizations. He has also been teaching GIS at Rowan University in the Department of Geography & Environment since 2014.
Reggie is a senior software engineer with 15 years of experience, mostly in Java/J2EE. Reggie has led teams through the full life cycle of software development, including requirement definition, prototyping, design, development, customer testing, deployment, application maintenance and support