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  • Image Processing :-

    Image Processing is the use of computer algorithms to perform image processing on digital images. It’s has many advantages over analog image processing; it allows a much wider range of algorithms to be applied to the input data and can avoid problems such as the build-up noise and signal distortion during processing.


  • Image Interpretation and Analysis:-

    Image interpretation and analysis is the process of examining image and identifying and judging their significance by considering their location and extent. Expertise in image interpretation is achieved over the period of the time through experience.

  • Database Design and Connectivity for GIS Application:-

    When we develop a GIS application the design of database and connectivity of the application with database is so important.

  • Integration of Remote Sensing and GIS Technology:-

    Remote Sensing and GIS are inherently linked technologies. So, integration of Remote Sensing data in GIS Technology is so important. Together they form a powerful tool to measure, map, monitor and model resources and environmental data for scientific and commercial application.

  • Visual impact assessment:-

    The appearance of a proposed infrastructure development is an important issue, especially for local community, so environmental assessment should include careful consideration of visual impacts of development projectand proposes way to mitigate against them.

  • Resource Mapping through Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry:-

    Resource Mapping has a unique view. It’s a concept of ORE model allowing you to associate an identity with compound digital objects and make assertions about their structure and semantics.

  • GIS Based Automated Mapping(AM) and Facility Management (FM) & Utility Management Resource:-

    AM/FM stands for automated mapping/facilities management and is a subset of GIS, electric, water and telecommunication. The term AM/FM/GIS mostly refers to GIS software that allows utility users to digitize, manage and analyze their utility network data. This data is stored in an underlying GIS database which also maintains the associations between the graphical entities and the attributes.

  • Surface & Network Analysis:-

    Geospatial analysis goes beyond 2D and 3D mapping operation and spatial statistics. Surface analysis in particular analyzing the properties of physical surfaces, such as gradient, aspect and visibility, and analyzing surface like data fields.

    Network analysis examining the properties of nature and man-made networks in order to understand the behavior of flows within and around such networks.GIS based network analysis may be used to address a wide range of practical problems such as route selection and facility location. It’s also called locational analysis.

  • Land Use and Facility Mapping through Remote Sensing and GIS:-

    Land use involves the management and modification of natural environment or wilderness into built environment such as arable fields, pastures and managed woods. It also has been defined as the arrangements, activities and inputs people undertake in a certain land cover type to produce, change or maintain it.

    In the other hand GIS platform puts better building and real property design use and management. Facility-specific templates and application easily integrate and provide solution for mapping of inside out outside building.

  • Tourism Development and Database Integration:-

    We may use GIS application for tourism planning. Both tourism and IT increasingly provide strategic opportunities and powerful tools for economic growth, redistribution of wealth and development of equity around the globe. GIS technology offers great opportunities for the development of modern tourism application using maps. The technology integrates common data base operations such as query with unique visualization and geographic analysis benefits offered by map.

  • Knowledge management & content management on Spatial Technology:-

    Knowledge management is to collect, organize process and transmit the information and provide effective means to make use of the information fully. The development and application of GIS and internet technology will import the bran-new concept for the knowledge management. The development of it demands to build geographic information-based comprehensive resource system.

    Content management system is that where their objects can have latitude, longitude position to be displayed on an online interactive map.

  • Planning Services:-

    Federal, regional, state, country and local planning agencies have realized the power of enterprise GIS to identify problems, respond to them efficiently and share the results with the public. No matter about the size of an area, planners should deal with spatial information and the plan accordingly to guarantee the quality of life for everyone in livable communities.

  • Vehicle Tracking System:-

    A vehicle tracking system combines the use of automatic vehicle location in individual vehicle with software that collects these fleet data for a comprehensive picture of vehicle locations.

  • CAD Drafting and Digitization:-

    CAD Drafting is a type of graphic communication. Business and industry use drafting to translate ideas and concepts into working plans for something that can be produced or built. Computer drafting and design is one method to produce drawings in traditional design and drafting fields. Digitization is the process of converting information into a digital format. In this format, information is organized into discrete units of data (called bit s) that can be separately addressed

  • CAD conversion legacy Drawings:-

    Legacy drawings is a drawing created before the current version of ADT. Usually an AutoCAD only drawing with no ADT objects saved in a format earlier than 2004.Auto CAD convert it to present version.

  • · Geoinformatics Study:-

    Geoinformatics is the science and the technology which develops and uses information science infrastructure to address the problems of geography, geosciences and related branches of engineering. Geoinformatics has at its core the technologies supporting the processes of acquiring, analyzing and visualizing spatial data. Geography and earth science increasingly rely on digital spatial data acquired from remotely sensed images analyzed by geographical information systems (GIS) and visualized on paper or the computer screen. Geoinformatics combines geospatial analysis and modeling, development of geospatial databases, information systems design, human-computer interaction and both wired and wireless networking technologies.

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