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Global Census Solutions Data Sheet

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data sheet Save time and resources on key census tasks change monitoring Cities around the world are growing rapidly, and local and national governments need an accurate accounting of dynamic populations to undertake a variety of activities related to policy making, planning and civil administration. Historically, census projects have been a time-and resource- intensive process of household enumeration, manual mapping and offline data aggregation. These traditional methods can result in outdated, incomplete, or inconsistent data and maps, but now governments have new opportunities to modernize their approach. Counting dynamic populations GLOBAL CENSUS SOLUTIONS ■ Improving foundational data can facilitate better decision-making across different agencies and geographies over time ■ Sharable census data can also support other agencies and programs that rely on population information Versatile and shareable data Change monitoring depicts location, extent, timeframe and rates of change in your area Improve effectiveness and increase societal benefits with advanced analytics and data sharing Reduce time needed to create basemaps, Enumeration Areas, and conduct fieldwork Reduce costs by decreasing staff needed to field-verify enumeration areas, optimizing field work for data collection and reusing digitized basemaps across multiple activities Rapid extraction of country-wide structures automatically provides new context and detail Frequently updated, high-resolution imagery mosaics, with global coverage

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