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Understanding Our Changing World with Dynamic Spatial Modeling

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Understanding our world requires us to model and interpret the spatial relationships between human, social and physical geography. We live in a connected world of spatial and non-spatial relationships, and it is essential that we be conscious of these relationships, as this helps us to grasp the impact of our decisions on our daily lives.

Because we live in a world where human, social and physical geography is always changing, we need a way to dynamically understand our changing world.  A change requires us to assess the effect that event has had on the geography. Many times, this involves simulating, predicting, preventing and even influencing positive change.

Spatial modeling tools are a prerequisite to dynamically modeling and understanding our changing earth. Spatial modeling is the process of using spatial operators on a variety of geospatial datasets (for example, imagery, terrain and features) to create an information product. This involves using a set of procedures that simulates real-world conditions within a geospatial application, using the spatial relationships of geographic features and their attributes. From these created models, you can perform spatial analysis to derive information from data, such as distributions or patterns, using the spatial context of the problem. Actionable decisions require real information – not just data – and spatial modeling is key in driving these decisions.


Streamlined Geospatial Technologies Enable Better Decision Making

Monday, August 27th, 2012

More than ever before, we can sense the real world around us – from space, the air, and the ground.  Organizations need the right solutions for managing this data influx to both make sense of the changing world and smarter decisions in the face of any challenge.

Often, geospatial professionals are required to work with disparate products that may not work well together.  The best way to manage this change is to leverage a portfolio of systems and solutions that integrate geospatial image processing and analysis, GIS, remote sensing, and photogrammetry.

Intergraph recently hosted a webinar that illustrated how our current solutions meet this need, as well as introduced new innovations that will be included in our upcoming release.


Preserving the World’s Forests With Geospatial Solutions

Friday, August 3rd, 2012


It is estimated that 29.6 percent of the Earth’s surface is comprised of forests.  In addition, there are approximately one trillion canopy trees on the globe and nearly two-thirds of land-dwelling creatures inhabit our forests.  Some researchers believe that the way we treat our forests will impact the future of  our earth.

Without a doubt, preserving our forests is of paramount importance to the future of our ecosystem.  Geospatial solutions play a critical role in gaining the insights we need to preserve our natural environment for future generations.


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