Geospatial mashups

What is Geospatial Mashups?
Geospatial mashups are digital tools that bring together data from various sources and present it visually. IT pros describe a geospatial mashup as a dashboard-like view or visual tool.

Geospatial mashups can be constructed in many ways. For example, a visual map could take data from different parts of a business architecture and display them all with color-coded mapping. A geospatial mashup can also be much more technical and analytical. What they all have in common is that they visually represent and visualize the aggregated data for decision-makers. Some companies seem to be using geospatial mashups as an effective way to provide more information to end users.

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