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skill development geospatial
27Jun 2022

Geospatial Skill Development in India – Challenges, Recommendations, Progress

The adoption and implementation of Geospatial data and technologies is now considerably faster and wider than in previous decades. The Government is also showing keenness towards Geospatial tools and technology, evident from conducive policies, public-private engagements, and adoption in national and state-level development projects. The focus of both the industry and the government now should …

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What is Remote Sensing
31May 2022

Understanding Remote Sensing and its Applications

Remote sensing technologies have made significant advances in the digital ecosystem. They provide customised and nuanced solutions to users from diverse domains such as agriculture, insurance, marketing, security, climate change, and more. These days, Remote Sensing technology combined with Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning algorithms, and Big Data analytics is providing the much-needed data backbone on …

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18May 2022

Sector Focus: Impact of Geospatial Technology on Telecom Utilities

India has the world’s second largest telecommunications industry with a subscriber base of 1.18 billion, as of December 2021. We are also the second largest in terms of number of internet subscribers in the world, with 4G data usage taking up 97.74% of the total usage volume. A critical enabler of this steep growth was …

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AGI India Awards
29Apr 2022

AGI India Awards Encouraging Wider Geospatial Innovation

Over the last few years, India has seen a continuous digital revolution across all economic sectors, opening up additional opportunities for new technologies and tools, as well as their rapid adoption and deployment. The impact of Geospatial technologies on Indian economic growth is now more obvious than ever, and it can be seen in every …

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Infrastructure Geospatial
28Mar 2022

Next-Generation Infrastructure will Rely on Geospatial Technologies: This is How

The vision of sustainable economic development heavily relies on the pillars of resilient infrastructure, tying together production, supply, and consumer ecosystems. The Government of India plans on investing a major sum of $1.4 billion (over 1 lakh crore) in infrastructure planning, development, and management. A prime example is the PM Gati Shakti Master Plan that …

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Geospatial Defence & Security
28Feb 2022

Geospatial Technology Applications in Defence and Security

The war landscape is changing, thanks to the avalanche of technological advancements. Defence and security concerns have evolved from traditional armed conflicts to new and evolving tactics, hi-tech weaponry and even ‘virtual’ warfare. A seamless flow of accurate information in pre-, real-time, and post-combat scenarios is of absolute importance among ground defence, intelligence and law …

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Digital Twins Concept
18Feb 2022

Explained: The Concept of Digital Twins

Governments around the world view smart cities as a sustainable solution to administrative, environmental, and economical challenges. However, smart cities are only as good as the data they capture, store analyze, and build upon. It is no wonder then that a safe, sustainable smart city requires an intelligent and automated infrastructure for the above functions, …

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Future of Location and Business Intelligence AGI India
31Jan 2022

Future of Location and Business Intelligence: Where Are We Heading?

We live in the age of analytics. Businesses are aiming for more data-driven decisions by incorporating analytics, visualization and infrastructure. The idea is to eliminate inefficiencies throughout, which can only happen when you have a comprehensive view of data, in and out. As a result, businesses are collecting data at every level, and in unprecedented …

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GIS AGI India
14Jan 2022

Exploring Geographic Information Systems: Trends, Impacts, Future

The unprecedented wave we are currently experiencing in digitalization, robotics, artificial intelligence, IoT and cognitive computing is pioneering a visible shift from “physical to digital”. This is being dubbed as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), characterized by the “fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres,” according to …

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