Strategies for a connected future
Thriving integrated geospatial infrastructures (IGI) require a holistic approach and a well-thought-out strategy for connecting organisations across borders, jurisdictions, and sectors.
Inherently multiorganisational, data collaboratives are efficiently addressing today's challenges.
Learn why now is the time for Australia to establish a National Spatial Data Infrastructure that connects all government and industry organisations.
From forecasting catastrophic food droughts, to formulating strategies for the mass deployment of foreign aid, Linda Peters has combatted some of this generation's greatest challenges.
Emerging trends in geospatial infrastructure
ArcGIS is an open, interoperable system that drives efficiency and innovation. Discover the open standards, open data and data interoperability boosting collaboration and empowering decision-making.
The most competitive organisations and industries use data-driven insights to spur growth and support decision-making. Discover how location data is transforming core business practices.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning use location data to automate processes, improve predictive modelling, make accurate business forecasts, and gain insights from large amounts of data.
Build more sustainable and resilient communities using location intelligence to future-proof your city. Break down data silos and implement collaborative, timely information-sharing workflows for data-driven decision-making.
Find out how an integrated geospatial infrastructure helps deliver on-demand data to deliver decision-ready products.
In this interactive StoryMap, see how the United Nations is tackling challenges like gender inequality and climate change.