Geographic Information System (GIS) is used in different application areas to help experts and professionals evaluate and explore various types of geographical data to deal with complex situations.

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a combination of hardware, software and data to capture, manage, analyze, and display all forms of geographically oriented data.

There is an increasing recognition of its strategic and economic value to companies of all sizes & industries.

GIS technology can be easily integrated into any enterprise information system framework.

GIS applications can be used to:
  • Track objects and places you are searching for
  • Study the density by measuring the tract of land against its population
  • Find out what's occurring within a set distance of a feature by mapping what's nearby
  • Study the climatic pattern in an area to anticipate future situations, make a decision on future action or policy. For example, a meteorologist can study the trend of the monsoons to forecast its arrival.