- PILLAR, Inc. Geospatial Solutions division
- LizardTech Awarded U.S. Patent for LiDAR Point Cloud Compression
- SaskEnergy Wins Award for Better Managing Utility Information with GIS
- SuperSurv 10.1 Supports New Raster Formats and Online Maps
- Pointfuse V3 Launch Offer Appeals to Twitter Users
- New Bathymetrics Data Portal delivers quality water depth data online
- Three Swedish neighbouring municipalities chooses Digpro for better cooperation in their fiber networks
- LIDAR Market revenue will reach $1.5 billion by 2024
- Collaborative urban planning anywhere in the world: Agency9 release free global 3D world in CityPlanner
- Arid regions problems can be solved with the help of Remote Sensing and AI
As noise pollution continues to be a major issue for expanding urban areas, novel geospatial technologies have been deployed to better monitor and measure noise pollution.
With gains in computational power and accessibility to off the shelf models, often used in commercial or open source software, applying machine learning techniques with GIS has become far easier for conservation and habitat specialists.
The integration of virtual reality (VR) with GIS is gaining traction in various areas such as urban planning and education.
Personalization is the next phase in marketing, and making the user experience unique to customers depends in a large part on where they live, making location and GIS play more of a role than ever before.