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Application of GIS
Geological mapping
Growth of the countries depends on mineral resources; GIS proves to be best available tool for the development of maps. At every stage, from field survey to mine completion plan.

GIS has now replaced old map-analysis processes, traditional drawing tools and drafting and database technologies.

In mineral exploration geoscientists use diverse types of data sets to search for new mineral deposits. Data sources vary from geologic maps,satellite images and geophysical
Omatics
images to databases in many formats. GIS is able to superimpose the various layers together to deliver a meaningful outcome. We can perform the Digital elevation modeling (DEM) and Digital terrain modeling (DTM) using elevation data for making contour.
 
Utility mapping
Utility data mapping is often incomplete and undocumented. Utility data contains power lines, gas lines, drainage lines, manholes, telephone lines, etc.; inaccurate data can lead to serious issues such as underground line damage.

Proper utility mapping can help avoid these issues and resulting reduced time and labor by surveying control points and recording them into a digital format.
 
Telecommunication mapping
In the ever growing telecommunication sector GIS is needed in every part of the project from laying cable, building communication towers, work force management, maintenance and more.

Maps can be created to show the load balance for communication towers. GIS has proved to be one of the best tools for planning and decision making in Telecom industry.
 
Health GIS
GIS provides powerful tools for geographic analysis in almost every health discipline. Using GIS evaluation, planning, assessment and management in the health sector facilitates efficient use of limited resources for improving health care. GIS is very helpful for analyzing infection diseases such as Malaria and can help to find the source of infection.
 
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