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Geospatial technologies provide data for a number of industries that include the military, utility companies, urban planners and industrial engineers. The application of geospatial data is useful for accurate forest value evaluation for government, biodiversity conservation, soil health detection, forest fire suppression, agricultural monitoring, humanitarian relief and any field that could benefit from better visualization and analysis of geographic data. In fact, the Geospatial AI is useful for:

- Internet of Things

- Mapping as a Service

- Hyperspectral

- Geographic Information System (GIS)

- GIS/Spatial Analytics

- GNSS & Positioning

- Satellite Remote Sensing

- Aerial Mapping & UAV's/Drone

- Light Detection & Ranging (LIDAR)

- Laser Scanning & Radar

Video Sources:  Geospatial World

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Bring the transformational solutions of Global Systémes Asia to your team to boost performance, increase security, defence the front line and improve engagement. Because the future is no longer the same as we were aspected.

Data Empowering the World's Decision Makers

Global Systémes Asia delivers hyperspectral and geospatial solutions that enable critical mission operations for government and commercial clients. To provide exceptional, full-service Remote Sensing and Geospatial Solutions to include systems development and integration; data collection, processing and interpretation, and multi-source products – to the government and the private sector, foreign and domestic. We service projects involving civil engineering and infrastructure development, emergency investigation, mineral exploration and mine management, environmental planning and rehabilitation, and urban and agricultural planning. We offer high-quality remote sensing services to deliver accurate data that you need to make decisions. We offer high-resolution imagery, LiDAR, hyperspectral, and terrestrial high-density scanning to our clients’ needs, so you have a comprehensive data that works for you. We expertly capture and process these datasets from our fixed-wing and helicopter-mounted sensor platforms. One of our latest offerings is the use of an unmanned aerial system to gather information cost-effectively in small areas.

Geospatial & IoT in Defence and Security

The Real Enemy is Time

  • Military and Police - Provides situational awareness for military and police logistics. Geospatial predictive analytics can help the military optimize placement of resources, anticipate maintenance needs and meet deadlines.

  • Reliable to be deployed in early operations or mission stage to analyse the content of the operations sector to avoid casualty damage.

  • Also reliable to be used to monitor and inspect the Defense and Security Tel-co systems and radar.

Video Sources:  USArmyRecrruiting

Geospatial & IoT in Weather and Urban Planning

Develop Your City with Proper Smart Solutions

  • Weather - Visualizes extreme weather like blizzards, wildfires and hurricanes with enough advance warning for evacuation alerts. Geospatial data science also helps airlines with routing and gives insurance companies a better way to assess property risk.

  • Urban Planning/Development - Helps planners visualize large datasets to determine how growing populations affect energy, transportation and housing resources. It can also show how crime, public health and education outcomes vary by location.

Video Sources:  Geospatial World

Geospatial & IoT in World New Landscape

Sustainable Development After World Pendamic and Disaster

  • COVID19 - Bring a huge impact on human history. In fact, after the huge Tsunami 2004, the landscape of every nation has changed and every government responsible for the countrymen safety and health. Global must demonstrate the diverse use for geospatial information and applications and the vital role that they continue to play in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals and helping countries to build back better. 

  • Geospatial information has been providing far-reaching solutions to the pressing issues facing humanity, ranging from health, education, food security, agriculture, to disaster risk reduction and resilience-building, natural resource management, connectivity, social development, energy and climate change.

Video Sources: United Nations ESCAP

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