GIM - May 2017

GIM - May 2017

This May 2017 issue of GIM International shines the spotlight on capturing and visualising geospatial data. If companies such as NCTech are right – and this edition contains an interview with CTO and founder Neil Tocher – everyone will be able to capture their own environment in the near future. This issue focuses on ways to enhance the geospatial data experience and illustrates that we are on the brink of a major transformation.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Disrupting the Visualisation of Reality 
  • Interacting with Big Geospatial Data 
  • Singapore: Towards a Smart Nation 
  • The Development of a Virtual Museum 

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