Geospatial technology is a term used to describe any technology that is used to collect, store, manipulate, analyze, or display geographical data. Geospatial technology can be used for a variety of purposes, including mapping, surveying, navigation, land management, environmental monitoring, and security.Some examples of geospatial technology include GPS systems, GIS software, and remote sensing technology. GPS systems are used to track the location of people and objects. GIS software is used to create and manage geographical data. Remote sensing technology is used to collect data about the Earth's surface from a distance.