What is geospatial maturity?
Every country is at a different stage of their approach to managing geospatial information. ‘Geospatial maturity’ is a term used to describe the level of sophistication a country has in its ability to collect, manage, and exploit geospatial information to benefit its nation. A geospatial maturity assessment is a tool that can help organisations understand how mature their geospatial capabilities are.
Why does it matter how geospatially mature you are?
High-quality geospatial data powers effective decision-making and effective policymaking.
It supports sustainable growth and can deliver real benefits to nations. It’s essential a country can accurately locate assets and resources, and know how they’re being used across different services. But where do you start?
You need to objectively assess a country’s geospatial capabilities: how mature it is, and how mature it needs to be. We’ve built a tool to help you do just that.
Discover your geospatial maturity in 3 easy steps:
1. Take your free assessment
Answer 16 multiple-choice questions - it only takes 10 minutes to complete.
2. Download your bespoke geospatial maturity results report
After completing your assessment, you’ll get the results straight away. Your report is bespoke to you.
3. Speak to one of our international team
Ask us any questions about your report or discuss how we can help improve your nation's geospatial health.
Your assessment report will show how geospatially mature you are in these areas:
- Collecting and managing data
- Data quality and governance
- Product and service development
- Corporate governance
- Stakeholder engagement
- Supply chain and operations management
- Using geospatial technologies
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Assessing geospatial maturity
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