National Mapping and Charting
Communities require authoritative information to make timely decisions. National mapping and charting organizations must deliver this information to help people unlock the value of data for decision-making. Modernizing their workflows enables them to do this more efficiently and effectively.
Transforming map production
Dutch Kadaster used modern GIS technology to automate topographic data workflows, maintain their data, and create maps for the entire Netherlands. Maps that took a staff of 28 five years to create could now be produced by a single person in three weeks.
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- Efficiently Produce and Manage Large Volumes of Aeronautical Information
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- National Geoportal for North Macedonia Opens up Access to Government Data
- Digital Aeronautical Charts in a Third of the Time
- Identifying Beach Erosion with Drone2Map for ArcGIS
- Israeli Navy Transforms to New GIS Technology