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Context: Last year new guidelines took effect to completely de-regulate the geospatial sector for Indians.
Lack of demand: There is no demand for geospatial services and products on a scale linked to India’s potential and size.
Lack of skilled manpower: The other hurdle has been the lack of skilled manpower across the entire pyramid.
Lack of clarity on data sharing: The lack of clarity on data sharing and collaboration prevents co-creation and asset maximisation.
Despite one year since the new guidelines came into effect, users are still not fully aware of things.
Local technology and solutions should be promoted, and competition should be encouraged for quality output.
Professionals: Unlike the West, India lacks a strata of core professionals who understand geospatial end-to-end. India should start a bachelor’s programme in geospatial also in the Indian Institutes of Technology and the National Institutes of Technology.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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