Business and Commerce

The Geospatial Market is anticipated to acquire a valuation of approximately USD 211.17 Billion by the end of 2030 according to a recent report. Today the geospatial domain has certainly emerged as a significant factor often driving economies too.

Geospatial data comes in handy in providing essential location intelligence, helping companies make more informed decisions. The business sectors like marketing, advertising, banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) across the globe are all are trying to increase their customer conversion rates through geospatial data analysis.

We have witnessed the geospatial industry expanding at a breakneck speed with ‘geo’ getting embedded in more and more workflows. The continuing global economic uncertainty has brought an increased focus on productivity. Geospatial technologies provide not only the ability to manage and integrate data, but also the analytical tools to ultimately, save time and money.

The Deep Dive Session on Business and Commerce will seek to answer the most relevant questions:

  • How to activate and use the huge amount of location data provided by the growing providers of location-based services in the most beneficial way?
  • What are the linkages between geospatial data and economic outcomes?
  • How does geospatial business intelligence connect customers, operations, and sustainability?
  • How does location intelligence drive hyperlocal e-commerce?