The Periodic Table for Spatial Analysis lists 90 tools for quantifying, finding patterns, and predicting outcomes in a geographic context.
3D analysis is a growing trend because it better represents the real world. For some problems, 3D is sometimes the only way to solve it.
Augmented reality (AR) in GIS allows you to interact with the outside world by enhancing or adding 3D features to your phone’s display.
Indoor mapping specializes in mapping building floor plans. It can incorporate Revit, BIM, and CAD, and build floor plans from buildings.
The Internet of Things (IoT) connects billions of sensors from around the world, enabling the exchange of information between them.
Geodesign is the field of study that combines geography with design. Design shapes our world by addressing the needs of people and promoting more resiliency.
Geoenrichment is a process that assigns demographic attributes such as education, income, or age to polygons based on geographic location.
Routing, mapping and LiDAR. Will GIS thrive in a world of driverless cars? We explore the potential integration of GIS in autonomous vehicles.
GIS is applying machine learning into classification, prediction and segmentation. AI automatically learns on its own through training and labeling.
A geofence is a virtual geographic boundary. Whether it’s for security, retail or delivery, geofencing gives real-time alerts and increases awareness.