Nowadays, most of us use our smart phone to search for the nearest food delivery services, that unknown place for job interview, and even route planning for vacation. But, little did we know, we are actually are applying an innovation technology called spatial computing. Spatial computing refers to set of ideas, solutions, tools, technologies and system that create new understanding of locations regarding the way we know, communicate and visualise our relationship to locations as well as the way we navigate through them. The implementation of new technologies or discoveries always comes with challenges. What are the challenges in spatial computing?
Spatial computing introduces a lot of benefits into our life. Travelling become easier as the information about the time for travelling and route planning can obtained beforehand. Products can be viewed and experienced by both employees and customers even before it reaches the market. Employees training becomes easier as they gain better understanding in the services and products through 3D simulation. In addition, in this Covid-19 situation, the need to maintain social distancing can be complied as we are well informed about the location which is highly infectious. Thus, the list goes on as the spatial technology advances.
Challenges are like a two-edged sword to every advancement of technology. Without challenges, we will not be able to experience better outcomes of the technology, however, if not properly addressed, it may kill the growth of the technology.
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