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A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data. Portion of the data used is attached to unique location (spatial in nature) i.e. Related to a fixed position on Earth’s surface.

Real Estate

Utilisation of GIS provides various benefits for real estate industry due to the capability of GIS application in recording, detecting and analysing data on the ground which contains the information needed by the real estate industry. This happens due to the fact that GIS as an interdisciplinary role of computer and spatial data analysis methods developed in varying related disciplines which involve surveying, photogrammetry, cadastral and land management, geography, soil science, environmental science, road network, remote sensing and image analysis

  • Location – Find Land and Property
  • Spatial Analysis – The the real picture of the area and its surrounding.
  • Land Sale and Data