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May 18th, 2016
Geospatial Technology Crucial in Realizing Vision of Digital India: Market Analysis by Geospatial Media

NOIDA, India — Government of India is taking unprecedented interest and measures in connecting space and location technologies with development and governance. All flagship programs be it smart cities, skill development, Digital India, Start-Up India, Make in India, the Clean Ganga project, or the push to infrastructure, industrial development, energy, or smart agriculture have substantial geospatial component. The report “India’s Geospatial Market and Prospects” conceived by Geospatial Media highlights how geospatial technologies can contribute to the success of these flagship programs and also in sustaining India’s growth curve. The report provides a detailed analysis, trends and applicability of geospatial industry in India, which is currently valued at $4 billion.

Key features:

  • 500+ users surveyed
  • Professional and in-depth study on the current status and future growth drivers
  • 200+ tables and figures provide key statistics on the state of the industry
  • Overview of the industry including ecosystem, growth sectors, market behavior, major programs and initiatives, investment areas, challenges and user’s perspective on the applicability of the technology in different industries
  • Market analysis for India including development trends, sectors and major focus areas in various industry sectors

Sectors Covered:

  • Infrastructure
  • Urban development
  • Electricity
  • Agriculture
  • Disaster management
  • Forest, environment and climate change
  • Water resources

“Geospatial technology which traditionally has been recognized purely as science of surveying and mapping, has evolved itself as an integral part of information technology, engineering and business intelligence, embedding location capabilities with business processes across several industries. We see a huge potential for this technology in India to make a key difference in fulfilling government’s vision of a ‘Digital’ and ‘Connected’ India,” said Sanjay Kumar, CEO, Geospatial Media and Communications.

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About Geospatial Media and Communications

Geospatial Media and Communications is an internationally acclaimed organization, having committed itself to serve stakeholders of geospatial community and work towards opening new era of industrialization and productisation, while facilitating collaboration and demonstrating value and benefits of geospatial technology and information for governance, businesses and people.

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