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Geographic Information Systems


A computer-based system that collects, maintains, stores, analyzes, outputs and distributes data, spatial information and spatial information. These are systems that collect, enter, process, analyze, display and output spatial and descriptive information, for specific purposes, and help in planning and decision-making. With regard to agriculture, city planning and housing expansion, in addition to reading the infrastructure of any city By creating so-called layers (in English (LAYERS), this system enables us to enter geographic information, maps, aerial photos, space and descriptive visualizations (names, tables), and manipulate them (revise them). Of error), store, retrieve, inquire, analyze spatial and statistical analysis, and display them on a computer screen or on paper in the form of maps, reports, and graphs.
GIS helps in answering many questions related to the identification such as (what is the agricultural pattern, what types of crops are suitable to be planted in the agricultural unit), the measurements (what is the area and the coordinates of the units, what is the diameter of the irrigation pipe that irrigates), and the location (Where is the particular agricultural unit located), the condition (what irrigation pipes with a diameter of 300 mm in an area), the change (the degree of soil salinity from 1965 to the year 2020), the pattern distribution (what is the relationship between the population distribution and the areas of water presence) and the scenarios related to hydrology ( What happens if the irrigation water flow changes further into the pipe?
Components of geographic information systems
Geographic information systems consist of basic elements: they are spatial and descriptive information, computer hardware, application software, manpower (manpower), and the approaches used for spatial analysis.
Features of geographic information systems
  • helps with planning new and expansion projects.
  • helps you quickly access a large amount of information with high efficiency.
  • helps you make the best decision in the fastest time.
  • helps spread information to more patrons.
  • integrate spatial and metadata information into one database.
  • Document and confirm data and information with uniform specifications.
  • coordination between information and stakeholders before making a decision.
  • High spatial analysis ability.
  • The ability to answer inquiries and inquiries about the location or meta information.
  • The ability to visualize spatial information.
  • simulation (for new proposals and planning projects and studying the results before actual implementation on the ground)
Spatial and descriptive data
Spatial information can be obtained in many ways. One of these methods is called raw information, which can be collected by means of ground survey, and aerial photography GIAERIAL PHOTOGRAPHYS And remote sensing
Geographic information systems applications
  • Mobile applications and services.
  • Geographic Maps.
  • Models and patterns of network representation (land - sea - air routes)
  • Environmental Protection Assessment and Monitoring.
  • Global Navigation Systems.
  • Electricity applications and networks.
  • Applications of petroleum-based gas networks.
  • Water Networks Applications
  • Sanitation applications.
  • Petroleum company applications.
  • Marketing Applications.
  • Real estate planning applications.