Geospatial data has a clear definition as stated by IBM: information that can describe events with different features that have a location that is near the Earth’s surface or on the earth’s exterior plane. Also, the information of geospatial data is usually described with different features and objects on the earth’s surface. With geospatial data, it is possible to combine different locations in the form of coordinates. Then, the use coordinates can be used to attach further data to usable historical or subsequential reports.
There are different types of geospatial data, and each of the applications has a unique definition that contributes to the overall goal that has been set.
For example, attributes and vectors are then described as locational in the form of line points, and polygons. Also, there are point clouds which are a grouping of mapped places that are correspondingly located and can be created in (3D) three-dimensional models. This technology can be used in different industries and sub-industries such as weather or storm response, to evaluate different drought conditions, and to characterize the different elements of climate change. Airborne geospatial data solutions are a way to provide results by scientific, mathematical, and analytical approaches.