Co-creating Geospatial Economy in a Digital World

Author: WGIC Secretariat

WGIC Selects The Hague Humanity Hub as its Home Base

May 9, 2022

WGIC shifts its headquarters to The Hague Humanity Hub to support and strengthen The Hague ecosystem and connect with diverse actors working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Spatial Analytics and Dashboards – Helping to assess and assist in the global COVID-19 scenario

April 10, 2020

WGIC has seen an uptake in the application and use of spatial analytics during the COVID-19 pandemic in the form of dashboards. A majority of them are providing near real-time information on the global and regional spread. And some are offering a historical analysis. A select few are also explaining how it happened through an interactive map story. This effort from WGIC is to highlight the great work from various organizations and individuals who are providing the COVID-19 dashboards enabled with spatial analytics.

COVID-19 dashboards from Academia and research institutes

April 10, 2020

One of the earlier dashboards we saw during the COVID-19 crisis was from the Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). We also now find the University of Virginia, lavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford and the University of Wisconsin providing GIS-based dashboards. Here is a brief into their work.

Health organizations and agencies enabling COVID-19 spatial dashboards

April 10, 2020

As the COVID-19 spread across the globe, The World Health Organization (WHO) took proactive steps to enable a global COVID-19 dashboard. This was then followed by regional level agencies and other organizations in the medical profession. Here is the list of five dashboards that we have found.

Spatial analytics-stories from the global media on COVID-19

April 10, 2020

WGIC came across the work from four global media brands – BBC, The Washington Post, The Financial Times and The New York Times. The most recommended work from this is the work titled ‘How the Virus Got Out’ from The New York Times.

Cyient puts Business Continuity Plan in place during COVID-19

April 1, 2020

Our Patron Member Cyient Limited headquartered in India has taken necessary steps to ensure smooth operations during the COVID-19 outbreak. Further, it is supporting the manufacturing of critical components for medical equipment.