Geographic Information System (GIS)

A geographic information system (GIS) is a system intended to capture, store, control, investigate, oversee, and introduce spatial or geographic information. The acronym GIS is now and again utilized for geographic information science (GI Science) to allude to the academic discipline that reviews geographic data systems and is an extensive space inside the more extensive academic discipline of Geoinformatics. In general, the term depicts any data information that incorporates stores, alters, breaks down, shares, and shows geographic information. GIS applications are devices that enable clients to make intuitive inquiries examine spatial data, alter information in maps, and present the results of all these operations. Geographic information science is the science fundamental geographic ideas, applications, and systems.

 

  • Cartographers
  • Cartographers
  • Database Managers
  • Remote Sensing Analysts
  • Spatial Analysts
  • Land Surveyors

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