Unlock the value of geospatial data analytics for data visualization and optimized decision-making.
A total of 1,713 commercial satellites were deployed in 2021, with 4,852 satellites circling the Earth. Earth observation satellite numbers are set to multiply in the next few decades and geospatial data volume will continue to soar.
Rapid advancements in geospatial technologies such as geographical information systems (GIS), global position systems (GPS) and remote sensing are generating exponential amounts of valuable data. Unlocking the value of geospatial data by transforming it into actionable insights, enhances decision-making, maximizes business operations efficiency and achieves sustainable growth.
Ready to reap the benefits of Earth observation data to support data-driven decision-making? Discover how you can unlock new opportunities with geospatial insights.
According to a recent United Nations (UN) report, geospatial and digital tools are important instruments for the “sustainability of everything”. By developing geospatial knowledge infrastructure and integrating it into social-economic development objectives, we can shape the future and impact societies, in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The ability to harness geospatial data, contextualize it and disseminate invaluable insights, is crucial for decision-makers across ecosystems. Only then can we truly begin transforming industries and open the door to massive knowledge-driven economies.
To drive the new frontier of satellite technology, companies need a unified platform with advanced digital solutions to:
Dassault Systèmes has a long-standing heritage in supporting space companies with dedicated solutions to strengthen satellite development and manufacturing. With the power of the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform, Dassault Systèmes can support companies with end-to-end industry solutions to optimize geospatial data processing and visualization for data-driven decision-making.
With its collaboration and simulation capabilities, the 3DEXPERIENCE platform’s ability to analyze and make sense of Earth observation data is only the beginning of making geospatial analytics even more valuable.