Good decisions are based upon good information. In today’s increasingly complex society, responding effectively to real-world problems requires easy access to geographic information. Geoinformatics comprises of disciplines such as surveying, geodesy, mapping, cartography, remote sensing, and GIS. Such disciplines acquire, integrate, manipulate, display, analyze, interpret, and disseminate geospatial information and solutions focusing on geographic, temporal, and spatial aspects of the world’s environment.
Geospatial Technology solutions and services implementation and management can be a complex subject as it requires substantial background and skills, not only in GIS but in mainstream Information techology (IT), management, and project management. One of the hardest aspects is putting all the pieces together—identifying, organizing, planning, and managing all the components of Geospatial technology implementation and management.