The Fly Angle, Episode 14: Mapping Airports with GIS

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In This Episode: 

There’s no shortage of geospatial innovation at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. RDU’s GIS guru Kristin Johnston sits down with The Fly Angle to talk geography, technology and how large airports use maps every day. Meanwhile, co-hosts Mary Griffith and Jake Potter get ready for two new airlines arriving soon.  

Episode Guests: 

Kristin Johnston, GISP is GIS Administrator for the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. An aviation enthusiast with more than a decade in the aviation industry, she enjoys teaching others how to better use geospatial data. 

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