GIS Database (Geodatabase)
GIS provides the power to fully utilize information and find the geographic or spatial relationships between data. Map data can be informed with database queries and making advanced spatial queries is another way to extract meaning from data.
GIS Design (Geographic Analysis)
Mining – GIS gives mining the tools they need to operate mines responsibly and at optimum efficiency. With the advent of Geographical Information System (GIS), many mining activities (from exploration to production and mine rehabilitation) evolved from pure luck to science. It is a comprehensive, interoperable technology specifically designed to compile, process, display, analyze, and archive volumes of interdisciplinary data.
Forestry Plantation – GIS application can provide both the geographic and numerical structure of the forest/plantation stands and links that spatial database to the planning models. To balance the data for spatial resource conservation and resource use, activities must be accommodated. In addition to timber, forests provide such resources as grazing land for animals, wildlife habitat, water, and hot spots. These activities must be accommodated by the use of GIS techniques.
Infrastructure – GIS can be used for management Infrastructure where the existing City Detail Basic Map can be expanded with additional infrastructure information. The information may be originated from field survey, existing data and also historical data of city infrastructure. As the sample application is the Road Monitoring System and POI (Point of Interest).
Utilities – GIS spatial selection and display tools allow users to visualize scheduled work, ongoing activities, recurring maintenance problems and historical information. GIS can perform many other operations and maintenance tasks, including work order and warehouse inventory management, distribution analysis, system prototyping, and network monitoring by using graphic display.
WebGIS (Geographic Analysis)
API Application / WebMapService – Geospatial applications are becoming an indispensable part of information systems They provide detailed information regarding the attribute data of spatial objects in the real world. Due to the rapid technological developments in web based Geographical Information Systems, the uses of web based geospatial application varies from Geotagging to Geolocation capabilities. Therefore, effective utilization of web based information system can only be realized by representing the world in its original view, where attribute data of spatial objects are integrated with spatial objects and available for the user on the web, using integrated Google API, Google Earth API, and ArcGis Services.
Global Positioning System
GPS Handheld / GPS Geodetic – GPS with GIS application enables you to write GeoTags to your digital images, allowing you to view their location on the map with any application that supports GeoTag data. Comes with an integrated Google Maps display that you can use to search for the location or address where the photo was taken.
Satellite Imagery (Low – Hyperspectral) / UAV (Un-Manned Aerial Vehicle) – Remote sensing and UAV is the art and science of making measurements of the earth using sensors on airplanes or satellites. These sensors collect data in the form of images and provide specialized capabilities for manipulating, analyzing, and visualizing those images. Remote sensed imagery is integrated within a GIS.