Remarkable development has happened in geospatial data generation and their use in recent times. Many new technologies have emerged like drones with onboard facilities to use a ranges of sensors/ cameras (e.g. panchromatic, multispectral, thermal, LiDAR, Radar etc.), high altitude aerial surveys (UAS – Unmanned Aerial Systems), new generation of satellite systems some are capable to capture and supply high spatial resolution satellite image daily. In addition, large amount of optical and Radar image from archives are being offered to use in different application domains free of cost and many of these are made available through easy workable workflow processes (e.g. Open SAR Lab of NASA, Copernicus systems of EU, Google Earth Engine etc.). In addition, remote sensing techniques coupled with other allied technologies such as 5G telecommunication systems, IOT (Internet of Things), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and machine learning may bring huge improvements in areas of primary production processes (e.g. agriculture, fisheries etc.), environmental monitoring, navigation systems, location based services, disaster and emergency management etc. Science Connect Ltd. extensively uses these technologies in different application domains and provides capacity development trainings to professionals and learners. In addition, capacity development trainings are also offered on cutting age surveying techniques in areas of topographic survey, bathymetric survey, forest and vegetation surveys etc.