Topography, demography, and geography affects humanity in multiple ways. As we stand at the crossroads between transition to a new industrial epoch and precluding a climate emergency, the ‘Where’ is more crucial than ever before.
Powered by innovation, the geospatial industry is bucking up for a new era defined by connectivity and convergence.
issues in 2021
The transformation of the AEC sector is taking place due to digitalization, which is enabling
the use of cutting-edge technology solutions.
When Virtual is For Real
Geospatial infrastructure lies at the core of digital twins, which can help us make our societies, economies, businesses, and environment better
Earth Observation: The Growth Story
Over the last few years, technology innovation, and public policies have opened up new application areas for Earth Observation data, leading to new business models and trends, and market expansion. As challenges concerning climate change, disaster prevention, and food security mount for the global population, the demand for Earth Observation will only increase
Where is The Answer
From supply chain to advertising, emergency services to real estate, several key sectors of the economy are today relying on Location Intelligence for decision-making.
Geography Matters to NATO
The growing realization about the power of ‘where’ is resulting in geo-intelligence gaining greater significance in the field of defense and security globally.
Together we can!
As we step into the future, every stakeholder in the geospatial ecosystem will have a significant role to play in social, economic and environmental recovery.
issues in 2020
Future In My Mind
To keep up with fast-paced technology innovation, transforming business models and existential threats such as the global economic uncertainty and geopolitical volatility, geospatial industry leaders of today are increasingly turning proactive and future-oriented.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caught the entire world by surprise — forcing our global village into self-quarantine. The virus has caused unprecedented disruption and has derailed work processes in almost every field.
As We Reopen
...democratization of technology and adoption
of GeoAI will help us battle the unknown
Road To Recovery
The year 2020 has a lot more to offer for the geospatial industry, especially since it is one of the enabling pillars of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Though the industry as a whole may see a timely recovery, different segments would fare differently.
In these uncertain times, the AEC industry has successfully overcome multifaceted challenges through resilient business models, definite execution plans and digitalization. But there is still a long way to go.
Strengthening Nerves and Veins of Our Cities
The management of cities involves the management of utilities, which are essential to keep a city running. Geospatial systems, in convergence with modern ICT, can help city utilities become efficient and cost-effective.