How Telcos Can Arm Themselves to be Competetive
Spatial data, also known as geospatial data, affects our everyday lives.
A term used to describe data related to locations on Earth’s surface, spatial data can be used in everything from heat maps and political maps to smaller-scale indoor representations like in hospitals and offices.
- Digital revolution and the challenges it’s produced
- Helping customers overcome complexity
- The future of spatial data
Spatial DNA is a partner of Safe Software.
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