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.

It’s 2020 in a few days! Let’s celebrate the hues of the Festive Season…

By Ragini Bhola, Published on: 20th December 2019

The winter months are my favourites, and no, it isn’t only because of the lovely weather. Holiday decorations, brimming lights, and the lively cheer that fills the air makes this time of the year truly magical.  People, places, cities and all corners are fuelled with the joy, vibrancy, colours, and positivity of the festive […]


Disaster Management Through Advanced GIS Technologies

By Divya Singhal, Published on: 9th December 2019

With the advent of modern GIS technology, humans have made a major shift from the times of carrying a map in the pocket, to now having it all on the smartphones. GIS or Geographical Information System, is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing all types of geographical data and with […]


The Increasing Threat of Climate Change: An Insurance Perspective

By Aarti Gupta, Published on: 19th November 2019

Climate change and the insurance industry hold a very unique and peculiar relationship with each other. While insurance industry is focused on understanding and managing risks, climate change is an exacerbating risk. With a rise in extreme rainfall events, temperature and sea level, natural catastrophes like floods, tropical cyclones, and […]


Diwali – The Festival of Lights

By Ragini Bhola, Published on: 25th October 2019

The most prominent and awaited festivals in the Hindu culture – Diwali is celebrated with much fanfare and galore throughout various communities in India. Popularly known as the “festival of lights”, Diwali or “Deepavali” (Sanskrit), literally translated as “a series of lights”, is generally a five-day celebration wherein families and […]


Embracing Digital Solutions in Telecom Field Services

By Sharon Green, Published on: 14th October 2019

Are you looking to build a brilliant, reliable, high-speed, nextgen network?  “Every minute you spend in planning saves 10 minutes in execution; this gives you a 1,000 percent return on energy” – Brian Tracy While planning nextgen telecom networks, a telco needs to have innovative designs along with detailed planning and […]


HD Maps: The Future of Mapping

By Sagan Bazaz & Poonam Negi, Published on: 16th September 2019

In the last ten years, Industry 4.0 has not only become tangible but also a material reality. Despite having multiple challenges, digitalization in the industry holds enormous opportunities. Whether it is the implementation of a 5G network, enabling self-driving vehicles or creating an autonomous world, all of these require a […]


5G – The Next Leap In Wireless Technology

By Gavin Middleton & Puneet Baijal, Published on: 26th July 2019

The Advent of 5G Technology Fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks are expected to be the next big leap in mobile technology. With peak download speeds as high as 20 gigabits-per-second, 5G will enable specialized tasks like remote precision medicine, autonomous cars, virtual and augmented reality, and a wide array of the […]


Working Towards a Disaster Resilient Jammu and Kashmir

By Lakshman Srikanth, Published on: 25th June 2019

Perched amongst the lofty Himalayan mountain ranges and laden with natural beauty, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is a ‘Paradise on Earth’. The State is located in the Himalayan Range and has a rich flora and fauna. Despite its vulnerability to multiple natural hazards, it attracts lakhs of tourists every year. Jammu & Kashmir […]


ConflateX™ – Fulfilling Custom Conflation Needs of the Utility Industry

By SriRam Prasad Bhaskar, Published on: 19th April 2019

Every Utility Network’s Conflation process has intricate business rules. Assets / structures always have a geometric and spatial relationship with their respective linear network. In the real world scenario, we will have instances where the network alignment and relative spatial positions will be different at different locations. Shift between linear […]