Digital technologies like mobility, cloud, IoT, big data and social media are invading our environment, provoking significant changes in our daily lives. These now mainstream technologies address “traditional” business processes (CRM, ERP, etc.) but rarely use the geospatial dimension. In our opinion, designing location-based digital infrastructure present a significant added value to address operational processes. Indeed, in the digital age, mobile devices are becoming more powerfull every day at collecting geospatial data even when you are moving. These data can be uploaded in a geospatial infrastructure to perform meaningful spatial analysis. Such systems could be applied to manufacturing execution, field survey management, critical infrastructure management, smart asset management, fleet management, …

Our approach is to propose a Microservice-based Geospatial Platform. Each of these building blocks has the responsability of delivering specific and limited functionnalities. Such an architectural approach plays a key role in helping us face the challenges of maintaining several mature products that scales up in terms of processing, storage and features.

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