Geographic Information System

Geographic Information System

Geographic Information System (GIS) has recently emerged as a very powerful and potent tool enabling analysis to derive solutions by deploying various methodologies in a way that supports traditional forms of modelling, which is beyond the capability of manual methods. The GIS enables a user to map, model, query and analyse large quantities of data all held together in a single database.


The GIS enables building information about transportation networks, hydrography, population characteristics, economic activity, political jurisdictions and other characteristics of the natural and social domains. Such an ideal system would be valuable in a wide range of situations; such as urban planning, environmental resource management, hazards management, emergency planning or transportation forecasting, and so on. The ability to segregate information in layers and its subsequent combination with other layers of information is the prime reason why GIS holds such vital importance as a research and decision-making tool.

The GIS  is extensively used in government, business and research for a wide range of applications; including environmental resource analysis, land use planning, locational analysis, tax appraisal, utility and infrastructure planning, real estate analysis, marketing and demographic analysis.


Some useful GIS application which we develop include:

- Planning facility maintenance.

- Zoning and sub-division planning.

- Land acquisition.

- Environment impact policy.

- Water quality management.

- Maintenance of ownership.

- Address matching.

- Location analysis or site selection.

- Business Intelligence Data Warehouse.


Besides the above application, we at VirtuSync excel in GIS (Geographic Information System) database design and development, data conversion, parcel mapping with the use of high-end software and hardware solutions.