Geographic Information Systems
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What are Geographic Information Systems?
Geographic Information Systems (or GIS) provide the functions needed to gather and store Earth-based spatial or geographical data for analysis, building maps, or for map-based applications and studies. Companies deploy GIS applications to map data, identify problems, track trends, and improve predictive modeling.
GIS software has tools that combine spatial data, layers, and location data to create 3D scenes.
Capable GIS software will have tools for the input and manipulation of geographic data. It will integrate spatial data with other data resources; it might even use a database management system (DBMS) to manage spatial data. Finally, it will have tools for visualization and analysis.
Geographic Information Systems Features & Capabilities
Mapping to create visual models of your data
Analysis and processing tools
Publishing capabilities to various online sources
Import from Excel
Export to .pdf
Third party integrations
Some vendors offer live updates from sensors deployed in the field
CyberSWIFT Land Acquisition & Management System (LAMS) is a web-based business solution that aims to help organizations manage and monitor large areas of land.This solution is a mix of GIS (Geographic Information System) and MIS (Management Information System) which can be used…