America needs geospatial technology, NGT Center director says
May 19, 2011
The National Science Foundation's National Geospatial Technology Center is funded with $1.25 million a year, and director Phillip Davis said it will become "the voice for geospatial programs nationwide." The aim, Davis says, is to coordinate between industry, government, research and training institutions. "The world is so interconnected today, and everything is based on spatial relationships. It is one of our nation's essential core tools," he noted.
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