A Geographic Information System (GIS) captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that is linked to a location. A map is a common product of GIS, but the strength of GIS is performing spatial data analysis.
Data is described in terms of geographic features, meaning points can represent schools, parks, Construction Sites or Real Estate, lines can represent streets or canals and areas of measurement, and polygons can represent parcels or water bodies. These features have attributes, which are data records.
Repeatable Regulatory Grade data and analysis can be put to use for most companies, it’s not just for map makers!
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