The Importance of Landmapping

Land can generally be categorized into agricultural, residential, industrial and commercial. Each of these land categories has a different set of properties, uses, and hence a different set of buyers. Each of these lands, no matter how diverse their purpose of use, is packed with potential that is waiting to be tapped. However, how does one unlock this potential? How does one take a vast, immovable object and try to make the best out of it without having to break a sweat? TalkingLands has the solution. TalkingLands’ Landmap feature enables landowners to create a virtual design of their land using manual mapping tools and geo-coordinates. Once the land is mapped, a plethora of location intelligence insights pop-up, some free and some on a subscription basis. These location intelligence features adorn the mapped land with climate zone maps, digital elevation models, geo-referenced CAD plans, and many more exclusive features that help prospective buyers make an informed purchase.

If land is viewed as a commodity, it is landmapping that brings forth its business potential. The mapping of a land links the land’s productivity with its own prospects. Once a land is mapped and indexed, it becomes an asset; an asset that is waiting to be explored and treasured.

Why Should I Map My Layout?

Whether you are a layout developer, farmer, govt agency, land planning agency or a business owner, having cohesive, visually rich data about your land or property at your fingertips does volumes to the business prospects of your asset. Be it constructing a housing complex or building commercial real estate such as malls and theatres, mapping your land is among the first crucial steps in asset management and development. From an agricultural perspective, you receive deep analytical insights about your farmland regarding soil type, water levels, gradients etc. besides comprehensive weather data.

A mapped plot opens the doors for sophisticated data sets to be hosted, and becomes a tool that can enable world class land and real estate management.