Thursday, 19 February 2015 00:00
A problem that arises often when utilising GIS data is the way labels are rendered on the map, particularly labels that contain more than one word. Take for instance a place name such as Koo wee rup (in Victoria). Some GIS applications allow you to stack labels (place words on top of each other) to condense multi-word labels so that they better indicate the location of the place. This is a useful feature, but place names made up of three or four words can look odd when stacked, particularly if they are made up of short words, say three characters or less.
Have you ever considered all the ways we use geography on a daily basis? I thought I would use a mind map to create a picture of my geographic relationships…
You can easily see that everything we do and everything around us is located somewhere and connected by geography. To take that one step further, how do you harness that information? Geospatial intelligence is derived from understanding the geographic relationships between things.
So here comes the company pitch, Spatial Vision helps customers create and utilise geospatial intelligence in their decisions. Hope you enjoy the video.