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A Geographical Information System (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analysing things that exist and events that happen on earth. GIS (Geographic Information System) technology integrates common database operations such as; query and statistical analysis with the unique visualization and geographic analysis benefits offered by maps.

Dimension I is an offshore value added service provider. It specializes in undertaking GIS (Geographic Information System) contracting services like GIS (Geographic Information System) conversion, GIS (Geographic Information System) Mapping, Digital Image Processing, Remote Sensing, Rectification of Orthophotographs, Application Development, Conversion of manual maps to GIS (Geographic Information System), etc.

GIS (Geographic Information System) in Business

Innumerable businesses are using GIS (Geographic Information System) target marketing, competitive analysis, demographic analysis, risk management, route planning and expansion analysis.

Health Care

The health care industry is successfully using GIS (Geographic Information System) for marketing and promotion, research and planning, facilities management and finance.

Health GIS (Geographic Information System)

GIS (Geographic Information System) and maps are vital elements in strengthening the whole system of Health Management Information System (HMIS) and analysis.

It serves as a common platform of convergence of multi-disease surveillance activities, standardized geo referencing of epidemiological data, facilitates standardized approaches to data management.

The process provides an excellent means of analysing epidemiological data, revealing trends, dependencies and inter-relationships that would otherwise remain hidden in data shown under the tabular format.

A GIS (Geographic Information System) can serve as an entry point for integrating disease surveillance activities where appropriate.


Local, State and Federal governments use GIS (Geographic Information System) for economic development, legislative reforms, prison management, judicial administration, voter registration and administration, zoning and land use control and emergency route management just to name a few uses.


Haulage and logistics institutions using surface transporting vehicles can use GIS (Geographic Information System) for routing and scheduling, facilities management, vehicle tracking and dispatch and warehouse operations.


GIS (Geographic Information System) is being used in agricultural business for production analysis, precision farming, run-off and non-point source pollution control, regulatory compliance and financial modelling.


Higher education and K-12 have used GIS (Geographic Information System) for administration, school district remapping and student assignment, research teaching and community services.


Telecommunication companies have implemented GIS (Geographic Information System) for target marketing, wireless engineering, customer support, outside plant engineering, construction management and communication network routing and operation.

Gas & Electric

Gas and electric companies use GIS (Geographic Information System) for marketing, customer service, transmission and distribution system management, power generation and load management, meter reading, billing and collections, finance, operations and engineering planning and design.


GIS (Geographic Information System) is deployed by the petroleum industry for retail, distribution, facilities management and exploration.

Environmental Management

GIS is an integral part of environmental management today. GIS (Geographic Information System) can be used for site remediation, natural resource management, waste management, water quality, groundwater modelling and vegetation mapping.

Public Safety

GIS (Geographic Information System) forms an integral part of the emergency response mechanism in place in most large-scale E-911 installations. The GIS (Geographic Information System) is used to assist in real time emergency response in addition to being used for planning and response to future man-made or natural disasters.


Building a pipeline may require GIS (Geographic Information System) for risk management, market analysis, route planning and construction and operation, and maintenance once the pipeline has been made operational.


GIS (Geographic Information System) has been emerging as a strong tool for many areas of forestry from harvesting schedules to urban forestry.

Real Estate and GIS (Geographic Information System)

Resources exist within the GIS (Geographic Information System) system applicable to the real estate industry as well, which concerns, competitive mapping, land acquisition and many aerial mapping related decisions.