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Giants Leap Towards Privacy

People’s growing awareness and sensitivity towards privacy has led to several significant developments in recent times, among them being the decision by Google and Apple to allow users to control their data…

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Giants Leap Towards Privacy

People’s growing awareness and sensitivity towards privacy has led to several significant developments in recent times, among them being the decision by Google and Apple to allow users to control their data…

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Securing Crop Insurance

Bajaj Allianz General Insurance implemented geospatial technologies to collect up-to-date data for better and faster decisions and overcome difficulties in manual surveying…

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Next-gen Retail

Spanish apparel retail giant ZARA utilizes a location-based omnichannel platform to seamlessly integrate its online and in-store business operations…

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Participating in the Digital Advertising Ecosystem

We have to get into the digital space because that’s where the dollars are. That’s the game, and we have to play by those rules in order to fit our media into that marketplace, says Andy Sriubas, Chief Commercial Officer, OUTFRONT Media.
By Sanjay Kumar & Pulkit Chaudhary

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Not When, but Where

Location Intelligence not only helps emergency personnel in responding better to a situation, but can also empower them to assess future events and be prepared for them…

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Location Intelligence: Present and Future

It isn’t hard to see that location capable devices will become smaller, more mobile and more accurate in the coming years. With increased computing power and the introduction of quantum computing, location sharing will be safer, faster and easier to capture. Businesses will have far more location information at hand, and it will be up to AI integrated into the BI solution to provide the necessary insights…

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Trimble Geospatial: Keeping Abreast of Change

Although Trimble is traditionally viewed as a hardware company, it is increasingly focused on software, cloud services and correction services, creating a larger ecosystem that benefits its customers as they face rapidly changing work…

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Geospatial Investment Comes in Many Forms

For many years, there has been an underground fighting of factions between the open source and proprietary GIS providers. If you run an Esri system, you are told that you are wasting money and you can do it all free…

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Flying Concerns

Drones, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) have been traditionally used by the Armed Forces for military operations. The concept of drones…

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Protecting GNSS

Constructive action is required globally if we are going to develop safe, secure infrastructures for providing highly accurate and precise PNT services that are relied on to keep our society operating…

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Working for and with the GEOINT Community

I am very excited about the future of the geo-intelligence (GEOINT) community. As a former government official, I am trying to help governments, academia and industry become better partners with each other…

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The Reverberating Rhythms of Geopolitics

Three decades after the first India-US Track 1.5 security dialogue, the macro geopolitical trends have a familiar rhythm, and the principal interlocutors are much the same. However, the big contextual difference…

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Getting a Grip on That Data

We are not sure when it started to change. In the past, governments were the main collectors of data about lands, people and resources. Today, the commercial sector collects…

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A Picture Worth Thousand Words

With a major shift in global geopolitics in the last few years, the significance of modern-day technology in gathering accurate and actionable intelligence has increased significantly…

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Geography Matters to NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was formed in the aftermath of World War II as an intergovernmental alliance focussed on military defense within the Euro-Atlantic region…

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Clear and Present Economic Danger

Even as the global NewSpace markets was flourishing, Indian Space-tech startups were striving for survival, sometimes by shifting base to other countries. So, what’s been…

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Data in Context

Just like oil needs refining and gold has to be extracted from ore, knowledge needs to be extracted as a commodity from data before being useful in decision support

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‘People First, Mission Always’

Our first and foremost investment focuses on people. We say ‘People First, Mission Always’, because if you take care of people first, then the rest is easy, says Vice Admiral Robert Sharp, Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)…

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Change is the Constant

It’s truly my pleasure to have had the opportunity to perform the duties of Guest Editor for this edition of Geospatial World. There is rich content…

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