Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a system that combines data and geography together to provide us information about what belongs were. Geographic Information Systems is a computer-based tool that evaluates, captures, stores, check, manipulates and visualizes data related to geographic information, usually in a map. GIS can use any information that includes location. The location can be expressed in many different ways, such as latitude and longitude, address, or ZIP code. These systems are used for many factors such as GIS in Mapping, Telecom and Network services, Accident Analysis and Hot Spot Analysis and others. Due to the development of smart cities and urbanization and integration of geospatial technology with mainstream technologies for business intelligence are making the market to big growth in the forecasting years.
- Development of Smart Cities and Urbanization
- Integration of Geospatial Technology with Mainstream Technologies for Business Intelligence
- The Growth of Enterprise GIS Solution
- Increased Availability of Spatial Data and Cloud Technology
- Growing Adoption of Geospatial Solutions in Transportation
- Adopting the Use of Digital Data and Demand for 3D-based GIS
- Miniaturization of Systems
- High Cost for Geospatial Solutions
- Data Constraints in GIS Development
- Regulations and legal Issues About the GIS
Cloud Computing in GIS and Development of 4D GIS Software
Players Covered in the Study are:
Amigocloud, Inc. (United States), Autodesk, Inc. (United States), Beijing Unistrong Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (China), Bentley Systems, Incorporated (United States), Blue Marble Geographics (United States), Caliper Corporation (United States), Champion Instruments, LLC (United States), Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI) (United States), General Electric Co. (United States) and Geosoft Inc. (Canada)
The Global Geographic Information Systems market is gaining huge competition due to involvement of United States companies that constantly invest in research & development to meet market expectation with new innovation.
On December 3, 2019 - Trimble has announced the acquisitions of Cansel Survey Equipment's Can-Net and AllTerra New Zealand's iBase networks. The acquisitions significantly increase the global footprint of Trimble-owned Virtual Reference Station (VRS) networks by adding key geographies in North America and New Zealand.
List of players that can be included in the study on immediate basis are Golden Software, LLC (United States), Handheld Group AB (Sweden), Harris Corporation (United States) and Hexagon AB (Sweden),.