Cities transformed: three examples how geospatial analytics have successfully transformed urban living

Cities transformed: three examples how geospatial analytics have successfully transformed urban living

Maps have been used by humans for centuries to either move from point A to point B, or to plan for the development of various infrastructure projects such as in the construction of new buildings. However in recent years, thanks to advances made by geographic-information systems (GIS), policy makers have also been able to use data from maps to solve a number of urban planning scenarios such as where to locate libraries and the kind of reading materials to distribute at each of these facilities, how to respond faster to deteriorating road conditions, and how to ensure that everyone has access to freshly produced groceries.


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