Why geospatial technology may be another new field of interest for innovative colleges and universities
[Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from Community College Daily. It is reprinted with permission.]
Geospatial technologies may have quietly entered Americans’ lives via smart phones and electronic toll collection systems, but they are part of a revolution that Keith Masback wants people, particularly educators, to pay attention to.
“Geospatial intelligence is fundamentally about exploration, understanding the world around us,” Masback said, explaining that the revolution is due to phenomenal devices that most people previously...