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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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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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GIS to Optimize Land Use

To tide over the current economic crisis, the Government of India has taken a slew of policy decisions, including using GIS to streamline land management and dealings, an initiative that can yield handsome returns…

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New Satellite Technology to Track Dark Ships

Rogue vessels often operate with their Automatic Identification System switched off. When AIS is not able to supply enough knowledge, other data sources are critical for developing comprehensive maritime awareness…

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Building Resilient Future for PNT

The position, navigation and timing (PNT) services provided by GNSS infrastructure go well beyond the maps on our phones; they are integrated into the very fabric of our digital world…

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Earth Observation: The Growth Story

The evolution of technologies like GIS, Image Processing, and PNT has enhanced the quality of imagery analysis to provide value-added digital services to diverse fields of applications. However, issues concerning cost, transparency, and trust…

The Driving Force Behind Shared Economy

Shared economy businesses are heavily dependent on location analytics and mapping services, though the degree of importance depends on how hyperlocal a business is.