ROLE OF GIS IN NATIONAL SECURITY IS UBIQUITOUS

Role of GIS in International Security is Ubiquitous,” Raksha Anirveda, Vol. 2, Issue 8, Jan-March 2020.

Geospatial technologies have become synonymous with their application in all aspects of national resource management. It is thus a foregone conclusion that its usefulness in aspects of national security is ubiquitous, essential and that it shall evolve, both intrinsically, through the manifests of various disciplines that engages its usage, and also explicitly where design and development of GIS products and processes are specifically created for the purpose of national security.

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Amit Mukherjee
Assistant Professor in the International Strategic and Security Studies Programme (ISSSP) at the National Institute of Advance Studies (NIAS), Bangalore.

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2 thoughts on “ROLE OF GIS IN NATIONAL SECURITY IS UBIQUITOUS

  • Rahul Dev

    India is running far behind in Geospatial technology. We don’t we the bases like the NORAD of United States. They are working on these technologies since the cold war. So, We must have plan for R&D on these technologies.

  • R D

    India is running far behind in Geospatial technology. We don’t we the bases like the NORAD of United States. They are working on these technologies since the cold war. So, We must have plan for R&D on these technologies.

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