“mapIT is looking forward to presenting to their peers in the GIS industry at this prestigious event,” said mapIT’s Managing Director Etienne Louw. “Mapping services have traditionally supported solutions such as fleet management, navigation, vehicle tracking and recovery. Today the demand for geographically located goods and services on maps is growing at an impressive pace.” Louw added.
Louw will be presenting on the topic: Digital Mapping As A Response To Human Needs. Digital mapping services have emerged as one of the most powerful growth areas in information technology in South Africa. It underlines the extent to which large and small businesses alike depend on digital maps; not only for navigation and tracking, but also for efficiency, productivity and security.
Africa’s 4th Annual GIS Summit 2013 provides a platform that integrates experts and professionals from across Africa to share in the latest innovations, technology and models contributing to the rapid developments pertaining to GIS.
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