Location intelligence, business analytics, mapping, and geofencing marketing are all being revolutionized by Bhumi Varta Technology. We are one of the sponsors for the FIT dan MUNAS XVII event by Ikatan Surveyor Indonesia this week and Benny Emor as one of the founders of Bhumi Varta Technology, gave a workshop on Spatial Intelligence at ISI Surveyor Week yesterday.
Analyze any of your data by visualizing it on maps and using it to make data-driven decisions about your business. LOKASI Intelligence, integrates GIS software, big data spatial and geographical analysis, as well as analytic capabilities employing machine learning, to provide comprehensive spatial and spatial analysis. LOKASI Intelligence has several features such as Browse Data, Point of Interest, Site Profiling, Grid Profiling, Asset Management, and White Space Analysis.
Designed to address the demands of any application that requires geospatial microservices, LOKASI API incorporates Indonesian local knowledge into every aspect of its operation. This service assists users in determining the most efficient route from point A to point Z. Indonesian road classifications have been adjusted in accordance with local norms and regulations. LOKASI API also provides a route service function from an origin site to several destination locations, taking into account any preferences and criteria that are accessible.
It is a powerful server program for data management, mapping, and analysis, LOKASI Enterprise is installed in your infrastructure and works in the background. LOKASI Enterprise is designed to be able to provide responsive maps, tables, graphs, and reports equipped with menus to perform analysis functions as well as presenting information for decision making in the form of reports that can be downloaded in PDF, CSV, and other formats.
(Soon) LOKASI Kata
Our team is well aware that conveying specific locations (particularly in Indonesia) is difficult. LOKASI Kata is our solution. Rather than using coordinates, we generate a large number of 5×5 meter grids, which may be used as a pinpoint or as an alternative to using coordinates. Each grid has an easily remembered localized name, which enables users to identify and convey a unique spot without having to speak a sequence of Longlat numbers. Use LOKASI Kata, which has billions of grids that can be used as pinpoints for location pointing, for precise and accurate location points. There will be no more confusion or need to gather pinpoints one by one.
The Importance of POI Data
In a navigation application, a point of interest (POI) is a data collection including GPS coordinates that indicates significant places. It is a rapid, simple, and accurate method of populating a mapping project with essential objects, buildings, and landmarks that are located in strategic locations. POI is best described by examples such as commercial areas, restaurants, gas stations, parking lots, and tourist attractions, among other things. A POI has a number of features that give useful information about a location. Users may use this information to make choices and arrange activities that are tailored to their specific requirements. We can see and assess that navigation services have developed considerably in the previous decade and that many enterprises have recognized the value of navigation services as a result of this. One of the ways that businesses have recognized its importance is in the way they interact with their customers by using maps to reach out to them.
Companies have already started to develop their own maps and to provide value-added services to their existing consumer base. The street map, the address, the area of interest, and the base map are all important factors in any map building company’s efforts to improve its map data, but two important factors play a critical role in any navigation service, i.e. the address point and the point of interest, which serve as a source and destination to navigate from one location to another. As a result, the real search begins with POI.