An interdisciplinary area that deals with the gathering, processing, and visualization of data relating to the surface of the Earth and the natural and built environment is called geospatial science. In order to generate reliable maps and models of the Earth’s surface, geospatial scientists rely on an extensive variety of data sources. Some of these sources include satellite imaging, aerial photography, ground surveys, and sensor networks. In spite of the significant progress that has been made over the past few years, geospatial scientists still confront a number of obstacles that have an effect on their work. In this study, we will talk about some of the contemporary problems that geospatial scientists are facing.