Applications that we look at geographic information/Learn about information systems


GIS applications:

Transportation, railway and public transport applications, such as choosing the right route for public transport lines based on population density and vital activity clustering centres, as well as choosing the most detailed route for new routes and railways to reduce the cost of expropriation.

Land registration and property registration applications, such as in-kind land registration and taxation of the area

Environmental applications and wildlife protection, such as determining the type of wildlife in the area and taking care of it.

Forest applications and the study of forest fires, such as identifying potential fire areas to study past years, temperature, tree quality, etc.

Applications of water pollution and its impact on wildlife, such as oil pollution in the Arabian Gulf and its impact on animals in the region.

Applications for predicting changes in housing needs, such as estimating the number, quality and best place of housing required.

Applications to educational needs, such as school sites, size and specifications of those schools based on the quality and density of the population in the region.

Telecommunications, telephone and mobile applications, such as limiting the range of dividers and service limits, as well as identifying the best location for mobile towers, density in use and tower capacity.

Security applications, such as identifying crime areas and the attention of the police and their patrols and intensifying security activity in the area

Fire fighting applications, such as locating and distributing fire stations within the city for easy access as soon as possible, as well as the distribution of fire-fighting water pumping stations and frequent fire sites such as warehouses.

Ambulance applications and transportation of injured persons, such as identifying the nearest route to medical care centers.

Health applications, such as choosing the right place for sanatoriums, hospitals, clinics and health centres to be distributed according to population density, for example

Applications in traffic and vehicle traffic, such as identifying traffic congestion areas to provide immediate alternatives.

Applications for study and control of natural disasters, such as identifying flood-threatened areas and equipping the area.

Economic applications, such as locating business opportunities and studying their feasibility.

Applications of energy and electricity sources, such as determining the route of high-pressure lines to avoid high-density residential complexes.

Applications of water services, such as knowing the need for water availability for an area, as well as studying groundwater areas.

Social applications, such as identifying areas of social deprivation and highlighting their problems.

Tourist and recreational applications, such as choosing the right location for recreational areas and parks, exploiting natural areas and investing them in tourism and entertainment.

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