Shepard, Erik
May 2012
GEOWorld;May2012, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p30
The article focuses on the dynamic discipline of geospatial data and the changes brought by the society and the economy. It discusses the transitions of economists, consumers, and utilities from static to dynamic information using smart meters that enable consumers to adjust their power-consumption behaviors. It states that geospatial professionals have to be versed in location in space and time as the profession is passing through several changes.


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