GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS - GIS

Mapping, Analysis, Visualization...
WHAT IS
GIS ?

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is an information system that integrates functions such as collecting, storing, analyzing and presenting the data to the user. GIS, which is rooted in the science of geography, is a combination of many data types.

GIS provides information visualization on maps and 3D scenes by organizing layers of information together with the analysis of spatial locations that enter into every aspect of our lives. With this unique capability, GIS provides a deeper perspective to the user by making cross-modeling and building relationships to help users make smarter decisions.

WHAT TO DO WITH GIS?

WHAT TO DO WITH GIS?

Identifying Problems

Lighten the problems that change according to different geographies with GIS.

Observing Changes

Thousands of sentences can be created to describe a photo, and a map is described with thousands of photos. Describe spatial and temporal changes with maps.

Real-Time Interventions

CBS provides real-time situational awareness and respond quickly in times of crisis.

Smart Solution Enhancements

Set smart routes by predicting traffic with GIS. So manage your time correctly.

Setting Priorities

Determine the priorities of the study areas by making spatial analysis.

Following the Trends

Reveal the details you missed by seeing what you missed in mixed Excel charts on the map.

HOW DOES GIS WORK?


GIS technology uses tools to understand geographic sciences and collaborate with other data. It can be activated with all kinds of data and can be integrated with different platforms.

MAPS

Maps are geographic storage tools that contain layers for the area and purpose you want to work with. Maps created using GIS can be easily managed, shared, and the application can be made and made available to anyone at any time from anywhere.

DATA

GIS can combine multiple layers of data using spatial information. It produces precise information using the geographical components of the data. GIS data; Includes photos, details, base maps and tables.

ANALYSIS

With spatial analysis, you can determine the suitability and capability of your current situation and make predictions for possible events. In this way, you can develop new decision-making mechanisms with understandings and interpretations and give different perspectives to the events.

APPS

You can make GIS available to everyone with user-oriented applications. Applications created anytime, anywhere; It can be used on smartphones, tablets, desktop and web browsers.

WHO USES GIS?


GIS; offers participation, sharing and collaboration to all channels. Discover how relationships strengthen, efficiency increases and communication with public spaces opens with GIS technology.

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