Do you like maps? Or love Google Maps? Do maps fascinate you? Ever wanted to create maps on a computer? Ever wanted to represent tabular information better using maps?
If you ever wanted to create digital maps, analyze information and make decisions/results easily understandable by others, this introductory webinar on Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is for you!!
80% of all information has a geographic component and each day millions of decisions make use of location information. GIS is a versatile and highly adaptive technology that can be applied to virtually any field, including economics, political science, natural resource management, urban planning, infrastructure, health, telecommunication, navigation and marketing to name a few. GIS allows you to map, model, query, and analyze large quantities of geographic data. It is possible to integrate a GIS with any area of work/study and develop deeper insights.
Using GIS in your area of study/work will enable
- Better decision making
- Improved communication
- Visualize scenarios
- Present ideas powerfully
- Develop effective solutions
This webinar will cover:
- Understanding G, I and S of GIS
- How does this technology work?
- Do people really use GIS?
- What do I need to start working with GIS?
Note: You do not need any GIS software for this webinar.