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Thinking Geo-Spatial
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Thinking Geo-Spatial

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Saurabh Bagaria, CTO of Data World Information Systems gives an overview of 'Software Development in GIS'

Saurabh Bagaria, CTO of Data World Information Systems gives an overview of 'Software Development in GIS'

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  • 1. Thinking Geo-Spatial Saurabh Bagaria Chief Technology Officer Data World Information Systems
  • 2. Ancient Milestones • Pythagoras – 500 BC • Clay Maps – 200 AD • Mercator – 1500 AD • The GTS – 1700 AD • Aerial Photography – 1800 AD
  • 3. Modern Milestones • NASA, NATMO – 1950, 60 • ESRI, ISRO – 1960-70 • Aryabhata, Land Sat – 1970-80 • SPOT, GPS – 1980-90 • RADARSAT, IKONOS – 1990-2000
  • 4. Great Debate TECHNOLOGY VS DOMAIN GEOSPATIAL VS GIS
  • 5. Geo-Spatial Technology • Aerial Photography • Cartography & Map Publishing • GIS, GPS • Location Based Services • Mobile Mapping • Remote Sensing, Image Processing • Surveying & Mapping • Terrain Modeling
  • 6. Application Domain • Agriculture • Military • Utility • Health • Land Information • Urban Planning • Environment
  • 7. Technology Focus • Data Capture and Visualization – Digitization Boards, Basic Computer Programs • Data Analysis – Desktop Software Products • Data Distribution – Web GIS • Business Solutions – Predictive Analytics, Decision Support • Business Services – SAAS
  • 8. Market Composition
  • 9. What Next? • Economic Slowdown – An Opportunity • Transformations – Data-Information- Knowledge • De-Coupled and interoperable systems • User Experience a must • Software Development – A work of Art • Happy Coding – Writing Beautiful Code
  • 10. Questions? Thank you

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