GIS easily incorporates and analyzes many types of information and images for site analysis. Customers can quickly relate to a recognizable map showing a geographic analysis of connections and relationships.
A basemap showing parcels, zoning, environmental protection areas, soils, aerial photography, and topography overlaid with relevant population and traffic flow combine to rapidly paint a meaningful picture of a site’s opportunities and constraints.
Government planning agencies have realized the power of GIS to track urban and regional indicators, forecast community needs, and plan accordingly to promote a better quality of life in communities.
These stories show how others in AEC are gaining benefits using GIS technology and spatial analysis:
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