GIS Objectives




  • Maximize the efficiency of decision making and planning.

  • Provide efficient means for data distribution and handling.

  • Elimination of redundant database-minimize duplication.

  • Capacity to integrate information from many sources.

  • Complex analysis/queries involving geographical reference data to generate new information.

  • Update data quickly and cheaply.

For any application there are five generic questions a GIS can answer-

  • Location: What exists at a particular location? This question seeks to find out for the answer like, location of a particular object or area in terms of latitude/longitude or X/Y.

  • Condition: Identify where certain condition exists. This tends to answer for all those questions where certain conditions are satisfied.

  • Trends: What has changed since? This question is applied to find a noticeable difference or change incurred within a particular time period.

  • Pattern: what spatial pattern exists? This is the most logical question is answered by GIS that distribution of spatial features and reasons behind that distribution.

  • Modelling: What if…?
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Last Updated on 28 September 2012