Bigger and easier data
In today’s world, keeping up with the latest megatrends has become the norm. It’s encouraging to see that service providers are placing a greater emphasis on sustainability and circular economy thinking. These concepts are no longer just buzzwords, but are now integral to how businesses operate. This shift towards a more sustainable approach is also reflected in the fields of measurement and construction, where digital technology has led to significant advancements.
Gone are the days when surveying meant measuring specific points and taking necessary actions based on the readings. With the advent of new technology, the entire process has undergone a significant transformation. Nowadays, drones, UAV equipment, and even robotic dogs are equipped with accurate laser scanning technology, making the data collection process much more efficient and scalable.
While it’s now easier to gather large volumes of data, the real challenge lies in effectively managing and presenting this wealth of information. Even though we may be interested in individual data points, the sheer volume of data can be overwhelming. Therefore, it’s essential to have an efficient system in place that can help us store, find, and analyze this valuable information. With the right tools, we can make the most of the data and unlock new insights that were previously impossible to obtain.
These challenges and questions have laid the foundation and driving force for change, which is why the MittaWorld service has been built.
Geodata and its definition
The Mitta Group generates a significant amount of data on land, water, and air using various methods and tailored to specific requirements. Check out Mitta’s wide range of services here. Geodata refers to primary and geographical data that have a direct or indirect connection to the location of the Earth.