digital maps

Digital Maps and Privacy Concerns: What You Need to Know

In 1980, the world started seeing a huge shift from tradition towards what some refer to as the digital revolution. Also known as the fourth industrial revolution, this era focuses a lot on the development of artificial intelligence (AI). When it comes to data collection and interpretation, this technology plays an incredibly important role. However,

The Future of Digital Maps: 12 Predictions for the Next Decade

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When we look back at the history of maps, it’s amazing to see how far it’s come. From cave drawings and navigating directions using stars to easy, mobile-friendly maps that we carry with us on our day-to-day outings, maps have evolved in leaps and bounds.  We’ve touched on the history of maps, from paper to

Exploring the Role of Digital Maps in Geospatial Analysis

Over the years, digital maps have come a long way. Gone are the days of paper maps and underwhelming tools. With just a few clicks, we can now explore, analyze, and visualize an incredible amount of geospatial information right at our fingertips.  In this blog post, we’ll explore the advantages and challenges of digital maps

The History of Maps: From Paper to Pocket

The history of cartography, otherwise known as the science of drawing maps, is an interesting one. And, if you ask us, history is still being made today. The technology used to create accurate and user-friendly maps is ever-evolving. In today’s modern world, we often take for granted the convenience of having a map in our

How Digital Maps are Helping Make Data-Driven Decisions Across Industries

Have you ever given some thought to the data behind a reliable digital map? How Google Maps knows which route to take based on current traffic, for example.  With new technological advancements, digital maps are going beyond simply showing us which road to take to make sure we don’t miss any important appointments. They’re now

Paper Maps vs Digital Maps: What’s the Difference?

In today’s digital age, more and more people are turning to digital maps for navigation. Given the history of maps, the time for paper maps and books seem to be long gone. With the rise of digital technology, people rely more on digital maps on their smartphones than they do a folded piece of paper.