Improving the functional performance of outdoor businesses utilising GIS technology.
New technologies will have an impact on almost every aspect of outdoor business, from management and operations to marketing and visitor experience and with so much growth potential, it’s no wonder that outdoor businesses are finding creative and innovative ways to succeed in this thriving industry.
Cutting-edge technology solutions like telematics and GPS are already helping to better maneuver outdoor industries like Landscaping, agriculture, facilities management and Defense in their meaningful operations. At the same time, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is another scientific technological advancement that is rapidly being adopted in outdoor businesses to enhance functional performance so they can withstand challenges in the future.
GIS can be referred to as a framework or a technology field that is capable of collecting, managing, and analyzing spatial data, patterns, and relationships. It allows us to capture each feature that is available on the earth into separate layers like buildings, street networks, elevations, and locations which can be expressed in many other different ways as well, such as latitude and longitude, address, or ZIP code. By utilizing GIS-based software platforms, outdoor businesses can accurately design ground reality into a digital platform.
GIS technology has the potential ability to address difficulties that the outdoor industry encounters in overcoming functional performance bottlenecks.
Mapping areas for Outdoor operations becomes easy with aerial imagery.
It can be difficult to do all of your jobs as quickly as possible when there are only limited working hours in the day, but on many fronts, GIS technology is giving businesses to find an edge. One way GIS technology is helping landscaping, agriculture, disaster management, and many other outdoor industries is through aerial site mapping.
The management of outdoor projects is made easier with the help of these interactive aerial maps that are generated using a geodatabase platform like Ottermap . Such platform contains information about a property and its features. Meanwhile, the data extracted by them is easily accessible and highly secured in an online cloud-based server to meet the end-user requirements
The implementation of such automated tools is making a huge difference in improvising business decisions for landscaping and facilities management services in terms of handling better utilization of resources and operations that ultimately improves the sales process