Address today's challenges with integrated geospatial infrastructure.
People and economies, disasters, and infrastructure cross borders. Our location data and technology must cross borders, too.
How we think of traditional spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is evolving. From local and regional data cooperatives to the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), the internet and cloud computing are transforming the way organizations manage data and collaborate in a system of systems.
Integrated geospatial infrastructure connects organizations across borders, jurisdictions, and sectors to address shared challenges—efficiently and effectively.
Infrastructure for our future
New patterns for modern SDI and federated Web GIS are shifting paradigms from hierarchical to interconnected networks of collaborating partners.
Planning for sustainable development while tackling biodiversity and climate change is difficult without access to shared data.
Natural and human-made disasters can strike in an instant. A common operating picture of fundamental data is essential to supporting recovery.