The world’s first picture of sub-regional GDP
Gross domestic product in high definition
View GDP at national, regional and local level. At its lowest resolution, GlobalGDP.ai breaks GDP down to a 9sq km radius globally. As an example, this means we are able to display GDP for all 77 provinces within Thailand to understand which ones are changing more than others.
Billions of data points integrated to give a deep picture
By ingesting and integrating billions of different data points our algorithms and models can see the change like never before at a macro level. Where some countries suffer from a lack of publicly available macroeconomic data, GlobalGDP.ai provides up to date analysis and supporting data to bridge the gaps.
Instant macro economics on a global scale
Multiple data types aggregated into multiple complex data models
Billions of data points integrated with trillions of pixels constantly analysed to create the worlds first view of sub-national GDP. Using multiple sources of data we take these continuous data feeds and process the data through many different stages of data cleansing to ensure the accuracy of the data before it is introduced to one of the multiple data models.
Global view of macro GDP
Browse country by country
View each country, region and locality through an intuitive map interface. If you would like further access to the data, please contact us directly.
See the macro view
of global GDP
Multiple data sources to produce models
Multiple different data sources
To create our data models we bring in multiple sources of data. This data is sourced from leading agencies and providers. We aggregate all the data from these providers and the different data types through an ETL process where it can then be added to our models.
Visualised in an intuitive display
Once we have the output from the models we are then able to display it for you in an intuitive dashboard-style interface. Simply zoom into the area of the map you want to see, click the country, region, district or locality and see a graph display the GDP output for that area.