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Geographic information system

Geographic Information System (GIS) is a platform for data collection, storage, management, presentation and analysis that integrates all types of data through a cluster of information from which we obtain the best solutions. It has the ability to analyze the spatial location and organization of information, and visualization using interactive maps and 3D display.

In this way of presentation we get data on:
– location of some data / things / characteristics of properties and relation to other things – mapping the location of things;
– where there is the most or the least of something – mapping quantities;
– density of characteristics in a certain space – density mapping;
– what happens within the area of interest (AOI) – finding what is within an area / region;
– what happens in the vicinity of a feature or phenomenon – finding what is nearby;
– how a certain time zone has changed (and in what way) – mapping changes.

1. Design and planning
2. Risk management
3. Protection from natural and other disasters
4. Fire protection
5. Critical infrastructure protection
6. Safety at work
7. Real-time monitoring of field activities
8. Quality control
9. Cost control
10. Human resource management