A Geographic Information System in another word (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographic data.
The use of GIS in projects allows for clients to receive attributed data providing various levels of detailed information to clients that cannot be achieved in some forms of Computer Aided Design. GIS utilizes two-dimensional and three-dimensional layers to portray and analyze various features including Property Zone, Population Density, Assets Tracking, Road Locations, wetland locations, etc. GIS operates utilizing polygons, points, or lines, each of which can be portrayed in various ways to allow for easier interpretation by users. Five Key Components :- Hardware, Software, Data, People and Methods for successfully implementation of GIS Project
GIS IN EVERY DAY LIFE :- In today's global community, the more information you have at your fingertips, the easier it is to make an informed decision. GIS will give you the power to create maps, integrate information, visualize scenarios, solve complicated problems, present powerful ideas, and develop effective solutions like never before. GIS is a tool used by individuals and organizations, schools, governments, and businesses seeking innovative ways to solve their problems.
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