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  • 1. Geographical Information System Presented by , Rahul Kumar Singh
  • 2. Computer software used for gathering, assembling, and maintaining various types of data, especially geospatial data related to real-world coordinates Geographical Information System= Geographical database + Graphical User interface + DSS (Decision Support System)
  • 3. Why Use GIS? Any organization has new and legacy data stored in a variety of formats in many locations. It needs a way to integrate data so that it can analyze it as a whole and leverage it to make critical business and planning decisions. GIS can integrate and relate any data with a spatial component, regardless of the source of the data.
  • 4. For example, one can combine the location of mobile workers, located in real-time by GPS devices, in relation to customers' homes, located by address and derived from one’s customer database. GIS maps this data, giving dispatchers a visual tool to plan the best routes for mobile staff or send the closest worker to a customer. This saves tremendous time and money. GIS can be applied to many aspects of business viz. facilities management, logistics, inventory control, target marketing, market analysis, and site location.
  • 5. Process of GIS
    • The functioning of GIS-based software is based on a computerized,
    • digital map of the area, which it is handling
    • Customize maps for individual users by adding to them specific information like population characteristic and income as well as anything else that may be relevant for the user
    • On this base, relevant dynamic data like sales, volumes and type of product per outlet, salesman identities is continuously be added
    • GIS software then becomes the base for all kinds of sales planning by generating analysis of ratio like population per retail outlet, per capita consumption, number of outlets and sales s a function of incomes in an area as well as similar analysis
  • 6. Softwares MapInfo Professional :  MapInfo's GIS software products include the desktop GIS software ,  MapInfo Professional, MapXtreme 2005 and MapXtreme Java  for web-based and desktop client mapping
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  • 8. Thank You