Geoff Zeiss

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June 02, 2020

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Varun

Hi there Mr. Zeiss and Dr. Zeiss Shinoaki.

Thank you for your work in this space. I look forward to reading it.

Would you kindly provide a source or how this economic impact of ($50-$100 Billion) as it pertains to the US economy has been calculated?

"It has been estimated that unreliable location information about underground infrastructure represents a $50 billion to $100 billion drag on the U.S. economy"

Thank you and hope you are well during these times,

Varun

Geoff Zeiss

Varun, Thank you for your comment. The details of the calculation of the cost to the U.S. economy can be found at
https://geospatial.blogs.com/geospatial/2020/04/cost-of-underground-utility-damage-represents-a-major-drag-on-national-economies.html

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