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Using geospatial data that hold lot’s of information that has a geographic aspect (geo data). Geospatial technology collects and analyzes the geospatial data. Geospatial data can also come from Global Positioning System (GPS) data, geospatial satellite imagery, telematics devices, IoT and geotagging.

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Geospatial services enable the creation, analysis, maintenance, and distribution of geospatial data and information. All of the Service's long-term aims, including overcoming the difficulties posed by climate change, rely heavily on GIS, GPS, and remote sensing.
Examples of geospatial technologies are; remote sensing (RS), Global Positioning System (GPS) and GIS are the most basic geospatial technologies. In Indonesia, there are vast geospatial data needs. Geospatial analytics and data science are important concepts for geospatial.
Geographic Information System (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS), and Global Positioning System (GPS) are all examples of geospatial technology (GPS). We can use geospatial technology to collect data that is georeferenced and use it for analysis, modelling, simulations, and visualization.
Geospatial technologies include remote sensing, the global positioning system (GPS), and geographic information systems (GIS). GIS is a mapping tool for organizing and analyzing information. Remote sensing and GPS are technologies for gathering information about the Earth's surface.
Geospatial data is the key to visualizing data, whether in two or three dimensions, which is why it has become one of the most sought-after types of data. Military, intelligence institutions, maritime or aeronautical groups, and other organizations have traditionally used geospatial data.
Geospatial database management systems, on the other hand, combine the capability of a DBMS with geographic information about each data point, such as its identity, location, shape, and orientation.
Data gathered in the field with GPS technology can be placed onto digital maps and globes, or viewed and analyzed in a GIS. Texts, maps, statistics, images or imagery, video or multimedia, databases, newspapers, telephone directories, and government publications are all examples of secondary sources of information.

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