Remote Sensing Applications and Uses How’d you like to see a list of some of the most amazing remote sensing applications and uses? Well consider yourself very lucky… …because today we’re going to share some of the absolute BEST remote sensing applications with you. Warning: you are not going to get the boring, generalized lists… […]
We’ve all heard the mantra: location, location, location. But the most successful real estate companies understand that real value comes from not only location but also insight and timing. You already know where your properties are located and what’s happening around them, but are you making the most of that knowledge? From commercial to residential and beyond, these five maps — and the technology used to create them — will change the way you think about real estate.
Landsat data has been around for a while and its usefulness cannot be overemphasized, it is been used across many fields and discipline, and urban planning is not left out.
Good geographic information system (GIS) questions are not easily created. They can be mysterious to some, unknown to others and cause others to scratch their heads in curiosity. Since most questions posed to GIS are relatively simple – where is this? Most users have their answers satisfied and move on. But a much smaller number of people seek answers to more complex questions that are not immediately available – or even understood.
The Health of the inhabitants of a community is very important and should not be taken with levity, the health of people in a community is not only in the hands of the people and health practitioners, planners also have a role to play in the health sector.
GIS has evolved from Desktop to WEB GIS, with the power of WEB GIS, public participation can be done using crowdsourcing GIS web apps and native apps.
Every day, millions of decisions are being powered by Geographic Information Systems (GIS)…
From pinpointing new store locations… to predicting climate change… to reporting power outages… to analyzing crime patterns.
You might be wondering: But why use GIS?
Because geographic problems require spatial thinking.