Geography is fundamental to solving our most crucial problems

Geography has become of great importance in improved decisions and faster growth. In the near future, geospatial technologies will be embedded in almost all aspects that are important in industrial revolution and therefore will be invisible to the end user. This can be made possible through machine learning where geospatial technologies will be embedded in most workflows and there will be no need for professionals to tackle the whole process again and again.

Most IT and engineering companies are planning to partner with geospatial technology companies. In the past few years, there has been an increase in market and demand for geospatial solutions and these companies wantbto have the capability to acquire a broader customer base. This shows that Geography has a great rile in solving most problems facing our society in the 21st century.

Internet if things, climate mitigation strategies and autonomous vehicles are great market opportunities for large engineering companies and in the next few years will all require geospatial technologies i n their workflow.

Earth observation, which is what geography is all about, discoveries, and machine learning are some of the interesting global trends. Positioning is also a great phenomena in geography and since it's widely used in autonomous vehicles, this is a great market opportunity for mapping and geospatial firms. These two are some of the trends that will revolutionarise how we view geospatial technologies.


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