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Smart cities rely on everything being connected to each other. This, in turn, is highly dependent on technology. Technological literacy is key to turn a city into a smart city which is well connected, sustainable and resilient; where information is not just available, but...

source: Smart & Resilient Cities

Not since the Maginot Line has there been a static, fortified border as prominent as the DMZ. And unlike its gallic predecessor, the DMZ endures as intended, a mutually impenetrable void between two permanently mobilized armies,...

source: C4ISRNET

Utility companies from the U.K. alone create over 1.5 million street holes each year, often causing damage to third-party assets. Damage can be both expensive and dangerous, while also seriously impacting a company's reputation. Outdated and inefficient systems account for...


Where would we be without geomatics nowadays? There are so many ways in which modern life relies heavily on mapping and surveying professionals that it's hard to imagine a world without geospatial technology. In agriculture, for example, geospatial data and technology helps...

source: GIM International

Technology has reconstructed the sharing economy in the last couple of decades. With each passing year, new innovation brings new collaborative techniques that push the possibilities further and further. Today, you can be able to make use of resources from any part of the...

source: GIS User

Geographic information systems are increasingly essential to our lives, as industries use spatial data in everything from smartphone apps to urban planning to farming. With demand spiking for GIS experts, the University of Wisconsin–Madison...

source: University of Wisconsin-Madison


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