Geospatial Technique

New spatial data sources and types of data have significantly increased in recent times at different spatial scales and temporally high repetition cycles. The optical and active-sensor satellite remote sensing with altimetry facilities and sub-surface groundwater investigation-capacities like GRACE satellite, GIS and GPS technologies, state of the art survey instruments like low and high altitude drones with capacity to uphold onboard instruments like LiDAR, Radar, multispectral sensors are some of the novel data sources of recent times. These data sources when combined with big data including spatial big data, telco data, the IoT (internet of things) devices, cloud computing facilities delivered through internet mobile and networking services have created tremendous opportunities to know the facts and phenomenon in innovative, new ways. These data, methods and tools are proven to be highly useful to get in-depth, detailed knowledge and understanding on climate change impact conditions and also to facilitate designing the suitable adaptive pathways including low carbon and green development strategies. The developing nations like Bangladesh seriously needs to use all these new technologies to update the pre-existing, old database that has lost relevance in many ways. Science Connect has trained professionals who can deal with different problems using geospatial data and also got proven experiences to work in technology transfer and capacity development in this regard.

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