Why use Geospatial Technologies?

Everything sits, or operates somewhere on the Earth’s surface. By visually seeing and ultimately understanding where things are, and how they interact with each other offers profound insight. This combined with a visual representation allows stakeholders and decision makers with a tool to communicate; what has happened, what is
currently happening and what I would like to see happen.

Examples could include;

Utility Industry

  • Understanding
    • Where are our current utility assets?
  • Planning
    • Where should we put new assets?
    • How will these interact with our other assets?
  • Maintenance
    • Where are our current issues?
    • Where should we allocate funds?
  • Modelling (What if?)
    • How will changes affect my asset?
    • Can we predict issues?
  • Communication (Reporting)
    • How can we communicate effectively with 3rd parties?
  • Risk
    • Corporate and Regulatory Compliance (Mapping breaches or mapped current behaviours)
    • OH&S mapping (exclusion zones)

Spatial Location Services active Geospatial Technologies

Spatial Location Services uses software technologies. ESRI is a global software enabler which was founded in 1969 by Jack Dangerman. ESRI has grown and developed into a premier global brand used by many organisations including both the Australian and American defence forces and Federal & State Governments across the globe.

Spatial Location Services in recent times has responded to consumer demand by developing and engaging in the ESRI ArcGIS Online platform. ArcGIS Online is a complete, cloud-based mapping platform. It allows users to make and share beautiful maps, and do everything in-between. It’s possible only with ArcGIS Online, a scalable and secure software-as-a-service hosted by Esri.