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1 Eco-system of Geospatial Industry: Trends & Business Directions Sanjay Kumar Cape Town

2 Agenda Definitions and Scope of Geospatial IndustryDefinitions and Scope of Geospatial Industry Constituents of Geospatial Eco- SystemsConstituents of Geospatial Eco- Systems Emerging Trends and DirectionsEmerging Trends and Directions Business Potential and OpportunitiesBusiness Potential and Opportunities Challenges and ConstraintsChallenges and Constraints Geospatial Media and IndustryGeospatial Media and Industry

3 Geospatial Technology Geospatial encompasses in itself anything and everything that is geo-referenced and spatial in its characteristic and content Geospatial encompasses in itself anything and everything that is geo-referenced and spatial in its characteristic and content

4 Geospatial Industry Geospatial industry constitutes everyone and everything associated with the science, technology and application of geospatial data Geospatial industry constitutes everyone and everything associated with the science, technology and application of geospatial data

5 Evolution The scientific investigations of 1950s and 1960s resulted in the technology developments in 1970s and 1980s, which further went through a process of public scrutiny and policy reforms in 1990s and ultimately culminated in making itself an infrastructure in the 21 st century The scientific investigations of 1950s and 1960s resulted in the technology developments in 1970s and 1980s, which further went through a process of public scrutiny and policy reforms in 1990s and ultimately culminated in making itself an infrastructure in the 21 st century

6 Constituents

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9 Earth Observation Commercial Commercial DigitalGlobeDigitalGlobe AstriumAstrium MDAMDA RapidEyeRapidEye SSTLSSTL Government Government NASA ISRO JAXA KARI ATSB SANSA

10 Air Borne EO – Optical & LiDAR Leica GeosystemsLeica Geosystems Z/I Imaging (now with Hexagon)Z/I Imaging (now with Hexagon) Microsoft VexcelMicrosoft Vexcel TrimbleTrimble OptechOptech RieglRiegl HawkeyeHawkeye

11 Image Processing and Aerial Photogrammetry Image Processing Image Processing ERDASERDAS ENVIENVI PCIPCI InphoInpho IntergraphIntergraph Photogrammetry Photogrammetry ERDAS BAE Systems Intergraph PCI DVP

12 Complementing Technologies Internet Internet Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Telecommunic ations Telecommunic ations Sensors Sensors Database Database CRM CRM Graphic Display Graphic Display Firewalls and Security Firewalls and Security Compression Compression

13 Small and Medium Enterprises Trading Partners Trading Partners Distributors Distributors Resellers Resellers Provide an interface between Technology Provider and End UsersProvide an interface between Technology Provider and End Users Constitute 25% of Overall Value ChainConstitute 25% of Overall Value Chain

14 Trends and Directions

15 Technology Trends Convergence and integration Convergence and integration Solution centric approach Solution centric approach Vertical industry orientation Vertical industry orientation Open and interoperable solutions Open and interoperable solutions Enterprise wide implementation Enterprise wide implementation Web and cloud based solutions Web and cloud based solutions Commoditisation and consumerism Commoditisation and consumerism Faciliating re-organisation of industry

16 Geospatial getting embedded in Constructions and Building Information Modelling Constructions and Building Information Modelling Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Resource Planning Customer Relations Management Customer Relations Management Constructions, Engineering and Machine Control Constructions, Engineering and Machine Control Supply Chain and Logistics Supply Chain and Logistics Social Networking Social Networking Integrated Solutions

17 Mergers and Acquisitions Total Solution and Workflow Management Hexagon: Erdas + Leica + Novatel + Geomax + Intergraph + GTA +NRK Hexagon: Erdas + Leica + Novatel + Geomax + Intergraph + GTA +NRK Trimble: Info + Ashtech + Spectra + Tekla +Applanix + SketchUp + Gatewing + Spime + Geotrac + Penmap Trimble: Info + Ashtech + Spectra + Tekla +Applanix + SketchUp + Gatewing + Spime + Geotrac + Penmap Bentley: elcoSystem +Ivara + InspecTech Bentley: elcoSystem +Ivara + InspecTech Autodesk: Horizontal + Fairchild Imaging Autodesk: Horizontal + Fairchild Imaging

18 Mergers and Acquisitions Market Consolidation Topcon: Sokkia Topcon: Sokkia DigitalGlobe: GeoEye DigitalGlobe: GeoEye Number of Solution/Service Companies Number of Solution/Service Companies Partners/Distribution Network Partners/Distribution Network

19 Value Addition to Businesses CSR: Sirf Technology – Wireless + Indoor Navigation CSR: Sirf Technology – Wireless + Indoor Navigation TomTom: Tele Atlas – Navigation TomTom: Tele Atlas – Navigation Pitney Bows: MapInfo – Mailing Pitney Bows: MapInfo – Mailing Nokia: Navteq – LBS Nokia: Navteq – LBS GE: Small World – Energy Solutions GE: Small World – Energy Solutions Daily Mail: RMS – Information Daily Mail: RMS – Information Thomson Reuters: Land Management – Tax and Accounting Thomson Reuters: Land Management – Tax and Accounting Mergers and Acquisitions

20 Value Addition to Businesses Amazon: UpNext – 3D Maps Amazon: UpNext – 3D Maps Apple: WifiSLAM–Indoor Mobile Location Apple: WifiSLAM–Indoor Mobile Location Facebook: Gowalla – LBS Facebook: Gowalla – LBS Motorola: Aloqua – LBS Motorola: Aloqua – LBS Nokia: MetaCarta – Location Nokia: MetaCarta – Location Mergers and Acquisitions leading to Re-defining Geospatial Eco-System Mergers and Acquisitions

21 Business Directions

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23 Geospatial Industry Professional Market Shall be $ 100 Billion by 2015 Geospatial Industry Consumer Market may by over $ 250 Billion by 2015

24 Major Geospatial Companies

25 Geospatial Companies in Engineering and Construction

26 Trimble - Sector wise

27 Hexagon - Division wise

28 Market Size - Comparison

29 Emerging Markets Globalisation of geospatial industry Globalisation of geospatial industry Localisation of solutions Localisation of solutions Connecting with national planning and development Connecting with national planning and development Increasing size of the business Increasing size of the business Multilateral agencies Engagements Multilateral agencies Engagements Small and Medium Enterprises Small and Medium Enterprises

30 IndustryIndiaChinaBrazilAfricaMiddle East EnergyYes Oil & GasYes Mining and MineralsYes AgricultureYes InfrastructureYes National MappingYes Land ManagementYes EngineeringYes Public SafetyYes Forestry and Environment Yes Sector wise Potential in Emerging Markets

31 Challenges

32 Challenges – Technology Companies Lack of General Awareness Lack of General Awareness Value Propositions Value Propositions Big brotherly attitude of IT and Engineering Firms Big brotherly attitude of IT and Engineering Firms Lack of Financial and Managerial Capital Lack of Financial and Managerial Capital Poor Taxation Policy and lack of Special Benefits Poor Taxation Policy and lack of Special Benefits Paucity of Trained Manpower Paucity of Trained Manpower Absence of Large Corporate Houses Absence of Large Corporate Houses

33 Challenges – National Mapping Organisations Priority and Attention by Govt. Priority and Attention by Govt. National Geospatial Policy Framework National Geospatial Policy Framework Century old institutional legacy and infrastructure Century old institutional legacy and infrastructure Very inadequate budgetary provisions Very inadequate budgetary provisions Limited mandate to serve Govt. only Limited mandate to serve Govt. only Modernisation and Re-engineering Modernisation and Re-engineering Fresh inflow of qualified professionals Fresh inflow of qualified professionals Capacity Development Capacity Development

34 Challenges – Users General Reluctant Attitude General Reluctant Attitude Absence of Defined Value Propositions and Success Stories Absence of Defined Value Propositions and Success Stories Products – vis-à-vis Solutions Products – vis-à-vis Solutions Interoperability and Standards Interoperability and Standards Poor delivery of Projects and Solutions Poor delivery of Projects and Solutions Unaffordable Pricing Unaffordable Pricing Lack of Customized Tools Lack of Customized Tools Training and Support Training and Support

35 Challenges – Academia Academia-Industry disjoint Academia-Industry disjoint Lacking focus on real world problems Lacking focus on real world problems Training and updating of knowledge Training and updating of knowledge Unrealistic expectations Unrealistic expectations Developer driven rather than user driven Developer driven rather than user driven No collaboration between domain specialists and technology developers No collaboration between domain specialists and technology developers

36 Challenges – Policy Makers Unorganised geospatial Industry Unorganised geospatial Industry Short term service oriented objectives Short term service oriented objectives Unproven value for national development Unproven value for national development Poor documentation on value proposition Poor documentation on value proposition Security and Privacy issues Security and Privacy issues Sensitivity towards land and ownership Sensitivity towards land and ownership Connectivity with common man Connectivity with common man

37 A catalyst Organisation pursuing business objectives towards promotion and facilitation of growth of Geospatial Industry through awareness, policy advocacy, business development and connecting stakeholders and communities Geospatial Media and Communications

38 Thank You!!


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