Agencies in private and public sectors find new ways to use the storehouses of data they possess. As capabilities in various domains develop which allow them to produce higher quality, and thus, higher value geospatial data, they find new uses, adding video and audio functionality in many cases.
As a result, geospatial databases are growing. When datahandling systems become stronger, more robust, and deliver improved output, data warehouses grow, often keeping pace with an organization’s non-spatial database.
You are likely building and warehousing incredible geospatial databases; most governmental organizations are. These data, however, cannot be treated as a static asset. You must monitor, update, and oversee these data to provide accurate and current information.
As new technologies and methods develop (as well as the locations mapped), your maintenance (and costs) will rise in tandem. We can help you make decisions which will balance all these factors and help you to make appropriate decisions. Establishing Work Environment, Organizational Process and Improvement Engineering, Modelling Enterprise Gis Architecture, Service and Acquisition Support