GIS is sometimes referred to as a “graphical database”. It is a powerful analytical tool that can easily present a huge amount of related data to a given locality usually in the form of a map. Ithas the ability of linking different types of data to answer complex geographical queries. Information contained in analog maps have a limited use in today’s business environment. With the increasing use of the Internet in ordinary commerce, everything has to be in a digital format. Our rapidly growing company uses a variety of advance technologies to convert paperbased maps, aerial and satellite photography, tax and property records, population statistics and other “geo-linked” data into a vector drawing system or other widely used CAD format. Conversion of paper maps into digital data is done either through the use of flatbed digitizing boards or by using a scanned image of the source as an overlay image on our CAD System. Modern urban planning developed into a profession in the early decades of the twentieth century, largely as a response to the appalling sanitary, social and economic conditions of rapidly developing industrial cities. Today, urban planning can be described as a technical and political process concerned with the welfare of people, control of the use of land, design of the urban environment including transportation and communication networks, and protection and enhancement of the natural environment. NESS involved in the following services…. Satellite Imagery
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