Geobusiness & Location Intelligence

More than 80 percent of data in a business enterprise's IT can be mapped, while 60 to 80 percent of the enterprise's decisions are based on geographic data. Merging business intelligence and GIS, or geo-business intelligence, provides a powerful visualization system which can be used to support a wide range of business decisions ranging from operating to strategic, be it product positioning or pricing, priorities, goals and directions at the broad level.

Focus Areas:
  • Dialogue and exchanges between enterprise-level geospatial technology adapter companies comprising of both the private as well as the public sector
  • Integration of geospatial with information technology initiatives that could help decision making, planning, implementation and execution of sustainable growth for organizations;
  • Create geospatial awareness and future collaboration opportunities among the technology users segment within the region;
  • Present best practices on the successful geo business intelligence initiatives


Vinod Bothale

Group Director, Geoportal and WebGIS Services, National Remote Sensing Centre
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Pramod Kumar Parida

Scientist, Odisha Space Applications Centre
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Rajesh Paul

Director, Excel Geomatics
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Dwaipayan Dighal

Senior Regional Manager, Hexagon Geospatial, India
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Marutish Varanasi

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Siva Ravada

Director of Development Oracle's Spatial technologies

Wg Cdr P K Mishra

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