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A focussed, reader-friendly monthly magazine devoted to the geospatial sector, Geospatial Today aims to demystify spatial technology and its applications to one and all including its users and other professionals. Launched in the year 2002, the magazine has grown from strength to strength and has emerged as a resource for industry professionals and new entrants to geospatial sector. The magazine serves as a platform for both service providers as well as users to access cutting-edge content across industry verticals. The magazine covers various issues related to the industry such as Geographical Information System (GIS), Global Positioning System (GPS), Remote Sensing (RS), Photogrammetry, Lidar and Hyper Spectral Imaging, Marine GIS, Land Information Systems, Agricultural GIS, climate changes, e-governance, surveying, utilities and facilities management apart from topical issues, markets and government policies. Through its articles, case studies, product and industry profiles, special features, news, events, columns and everything else that concerns the geospatial industry; the magazine caters to the industry and technology market, both globally and from the Indian perspective.
May 2014: Interoperability is very much part of NATOs DNA as it enables allies and partners to act together coherently, effectively and efficiently to achieve tactical, operational and strategic objectives. Ludwig Decamps elaborates on the ‘Connected Forces Initiative’ that will further enhance interoperability by encouraging partners to exercise their forces together regularly, increasing readiness to deal with contingencies
April 2014: Locating Mineral Deposits Remote sensing imagery is a cost-effective and accurate resource for detecting petroleum accumulations without actual drilling. But most of the proprietary imagery analysis solutions in the market are expensive. Addressing this market need, ‘Turning Data into Wealth’ has developed a cost-effective solution based on open source software for identifying mineral deposits through satellite imagery analysis
March 2014: EXPLOITING MEDIA TO IDENTIFY THREATS Tracking all the news and social media channels for critical information can surely be a daunting task. As an alternative Craig A. Knoblock has developed a monitoring system wherein a set of automatic monitoring tasks can be programmed to proactively scan all the media channels for information on possible threats