The Role of Geospatial Knowledge in E-Governance

The Role of Geospatial Knowledge in E-Governance

Having adopted model remote sensing and GIS technology for various development projects, India today recognizes that empowering its citizens and modernizing governance is imperative for future nation-building. With a population of more than 1.2 billion, spread over 3,290,000 km², India, is composed of more than 600,000 villages and 7000 cities which means that it features varied geography with a rapidly evolving complex social and economic character. Dealing with ways and methods to comprehend social and economic challenges, India as a democracy, aims to bring a good quality of life to all its citizens…continue reading →
Popularizing Spatial Technology Through Cloud-Based Platforms

Popularizing Spatial Technology Through Cloud-Based Platforms

One of the most dominant trends to have emerged regarding access to computing resources, cloud computing and cloud-based platforms, have been game-changers. When it comes to making platforms and features available on the web which can be accessed from various locations, they leave no need for expensive licenses or open-source for desktops. Even though some have considered GIS as a discipline to be a late adopter of the cloud, the convergence of GIS technology with cloud computing has had a profound impact on GIS professionals being able to leverage spatial applications as well…continue reading →
Covid-19 Storyline using Digital Maps

Covid-19 Storyline using Digital Maps

Follow this blog to access updates on Covid-19 data and spatial visualization created by the data visualization and geospatial analytics team at Transerve using publicly available data Covid-19 India Updates 1st June, 2020 Check out this map to visualize the current infection count and the mortality figures. Covid Updates World No Tobacco Day 31st May, 2020 On World No Tobacco Day, we share an interactive map created on TOS, based on the age-standardized prevalence of tobacco use among persons 15 years and older (%) overlaid with death per 100,000 of population owing to…continue reading →