The Many Uses of Demographic Reporting Tools

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The world’s population is expected to grow 50% over the next forty years. That would mean there will be over nine billion people in the world. Understanding the demographics of those numbers; where the people will be concentrated, where the jobs will be, how the people will be cared for, etc. Is essential information for both governments and commercial industries.


The number of people, where they are, what their incomes are, etc impacts the production of products, projected sales and manufacturing, in addition to the need for food distribution and job growth. There is a near endless list of reasons this information is vitally important, which is why demographic reporting tools are so important.

For example, where people will be located is important to better understand the needs for food distribu

The Growth of Geospatial Data Analysis

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The Internet of Things–or IoT–refers to a vast network of devices connected through the Internet, which often means wireless connected devices. These devices can range from smart appliances, smart TVs, and even smart thermostats when it comes to home connected devices. Mobile phones are also considered part of the IoT network.

Devices within the Internet of Things are those connected to the Internet that can send and receive data. While the term has been around for more than 15 years, it has been gaining in use and popularity with the explosion of wireless networks and the proliferation and sudden rise of RFID tags.

Radio frequency identification refers to tags that use electromagnetic fields to provide a variety of services to various companies and industries. RFID tags are used fo