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This blog is a repository of articles from RMSI's industry recognized thought leaders sharing their global experiences. RMSI is a leading global geospatial data and software solution provider. Our innovative solutions help in addressing global issues of human habitation, food security & safety, natural calamities, use of natural resources, utilities, transportation & infrastructure.

Auto Conflation – An Emerging Geospatial Trend in the Utility Industry

By Rahul Krishna Pandey, Published on: 30th April 2018

Today, utilities face the challenge of improving spatial accuracy and data integrity of network assets when aligning them to real world systems. Quality and accuracy of geospatial datasets not only possess significant constraint at the time of modernizing or transforming utility commodity services such as increasing demand, generation, transmission, and […]

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Fighting Floods with Interfacial Vegetation – An innovative approach

By Prateek Singh, Published on: 13th April 2018

In this age of rapid land development and increasing climate variability, the world is witnessing frequent incidents of inundated cities. Globally, urban floods are costing billions of economic and capital losses each year. Even the mildest flood situations in urban cities can bring down the traffic to a standstill which creates […]

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How Climate Change is Impacting our Coastlines : the case of Bangladesh

By Dr. Uttam Singh, Published on: 26th March 2018

It wasn’t long back when we read about negative impacts of pollution, release of greenhouse gases, and deforestation, on our environment. The heat-trapping nature of carbon dioxide and other gases was well demonstrated in the mid-19th century. The phenomenon of ‘global warming’ that was foreseen a few decades back, is […]

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A Quest to Keep Madagascar Green!

By Deepak Kushwaha, Published on: 9th March 2018

Madagascar – an island country in Africa known for its high levels of biological diversity, endemism and as the world’s highly threatened hot-spots of terrestrial ecosystems. The island is splendidly green, having about 12,000 plant species, of which about 80% are endemic. Madagascar has a total population of about 23 […]

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Emerging Technologies in the Utility Industry

By Rahul Krishna Pandey, Published on: 14th February 2018

The technology world is buzzing with trends such as IoT, virtual & augmented reality and their applications in tools such as wearable devices and drones. One can witness the astonishing pace of progress that these tech-tools have made over the past few years and their application to the real world. […]

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Pedaling to Promote a Greener City

By Shwetank Singh, Published on: 5th February 2018

When I was young, cycling used to be my favorite recreation. Every evening, cycling through the narrow lanes of my neighborhood with a bunch of friends was something I would look forward to. Gradually, cycling has evolved as a sport which is enjoyed by people across age groups. Not only […]

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Fire Hazard and Risk Analysis for Revamping Fire Services in India

By Dr. Sushil Gupta, Published on: 30th January 2018

A country’s overall wellbeing highly depends on its ability to respond to crisis. Fire service is one of the the most critical emergency response services of a country. Fire authorities on all levels strive to preserve lives, property, and natural resources. It has been observed, that many emerging economies struggle […]

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Remote Sensing & GIS – Unravelling the Mysteries of Geography

By Prateek Singh, Published on: 18th January 2018

Look around yourself, and then if I tell you that whatever you have seen, observed and visualized, can be captured, stored, checked, and be displayed as positions on the earth surface, will you be surprised! All this is possible and is actually being done by using ‘Geographic Information Systems’ (GIS). […]

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