GIS Applications


Greenledge have deep experience in the development of GIS applications both to accomplish specific technical and business goals in the GIS context, and also to integrate enterprise data and documents into the GIS environment, or GIS into the larger corporate IT environment.

What Is GIS?
GIS is an acronym for geospatial information systems. It is a combination of hardware and geospatial software for capturing, storing and analyzing spatial data. Computer Images of maps combined with databases of that corresponding map give an information which could be used many different purposes. Almost all information tends to have a geographical information component in them meaning every information is tied to a place. So in a case of a disaster or any other emergency, the geographical information component has precedence over all other information.

Space companies with dreams of colonizing other planets have invested in GIS Application development projects, which could trickle down to other important uses for GIS applications on the ground level itself. While on the ground level, 3D GIS looks to be a promising addition to an already competent technology. New styles of visualization techniques of GIS have meant a wider audience for the technology. As for the future of GIS in general, since the first records of cartography at 7 BCE to until today. GIS has a long way and it does not show any signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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