Spatial analysis is the process of geographically modeling a problem or issue, deriving results by computer processing, and then examining and interpreting those model results.
The global geospatial analytics market size is expected to grow by USD 96.3 billion in 2025, at a CAGR of 12.9% during the forecast period of 5 years.
Businesses and nonprofits are utilizing satellite imagery, geospatial mapping, and remote sensing technologies to apply deep learning on datasets to create workflows and build spatial analysis solutions.
Over the last few years, we have been a niche ISV partner for Microsoft in developing cloud-first Data and AI solutions for Enterprises, Nonprofits, and Governments. Gramener achieving the Gold ISV Partnership provides us greater access to the Microsoft cloud and leverages products to provide value-driven data solutions to our clients.
This spatial analytics solution leverages Machine Learning algorithm to analyze datasets on human population densities, land use, industrial sites, and weather to map out large urban areas with strategic and granular accuracy. The solution helps WMP team to pinpoint multiple lab-bred mosquito release points within blocks of as little as 100 square meters.
This AI-driven data visualization tool, named AI for Resilient Cities, is built for municipalities across Canada to plan for and mitigate the impact of climate change in their communities. The 3-D view of the tool visualizes the satellite imagery data, predicts the conditions in future and helps in resilience planning initiatives.
Our deep learning solution can predict crop yield with high spatial resolution several months before harvest, using openly available satellite image source. It can help making informed planting decisions, identifying low-yield regions and more. Contact us to get a demo.
The article talks about multiple data visualizations used to plot geospatial data on a map and identify inisghts. Moreever, this article goes a step ahead explaining a 3-D spatial data visualization we built to augment urban planning with Evergreen Canada.