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Leonard Bundra is creating new pathways for the future of GIS and augmented reality tech

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Kieran Mcleod
Kieran Mcleod
Kieran Mcleod was born and raised in Cleveland. As a journalist, Kieran has contributed to many online publications including The Street and The Inquir. In regards to academics, Kieran earned a degree in business and law from St. John's University. Kieran covers business and stories related to law here at Business News Ledger.

Here is how Leonard Bundra is changing the pathways for the future of GIS. Virtual reality and augmented reality are somewhat recent technologies which have taken the world by storm and will continue to do so in the future. They have seen uses in industries such as video games, where they have become one of the most popular forms of gaming.

This is likely due to their realism and the level of interaction a player has with the gaming world. However, people have also realized that this technology can have practical applications in the business world, especially in industries which work with land, earth and sea.

These industries have introduced augmented reality technology to help scope out underwater land and ranges and can famously simulate conditions in these environments which act as training aids for potential divers, astronauts and other similar types of work.

Because of this excitement, it is easy to see that there have been some figureheads pop up and help to pave the way for these technologies to enter the mainstream. This is the case for Leonard Bundra, who started his career in the mining industry where we was involved in 2D mapping. Leonard Bundra set out to develop a geographic information system (GIS) as a fully developed solution which would be innovative and modern.

With the solution he developed, claims engineers are able to look at a piece of land and determine who has claimed parts of just by using the solution! Realizing the extent of his success, and the potential he had through his skills in technology, Leonard decided to move around the country from location to location, providing solutions to other mining and related industry companies.

Currently, Leonard Bundra works as a GIS and IT director situated in New Jersey who continues to lead by example and provide innovative tech solutions for these types of issues. Leonard’s example proves that the industry of augmented reality technology has a ways to go, as there are definitely applications out there which have not been though of, and could prove highly beneficial to the companies and the employees within these various companies.

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