A geographic information system (GIS)

What is GIS?

GIS is a technological field that incorporates geographical features with tabular data in order to map, analyze, and assess real-world problems. GIS programs are resources that allow users to create entertaining issues (user created searches), evaluate spatial details, modify information, maps, and existing the outcomes of all these functions.

What can GIS do?

By relating seemingly unrelated data, GIS can help individuals and organizations better understand spatial patterns and relationships.

GIS provides a single remedy that functions a number of different jobs at once, and brings together the outcomes to turn information from many sources into efficient, workable details.

Application of GIS are in different domains such as Water, Urban Planning , Rural Planning, Land Management, Disaster Management , Utility Mapping, Insurance, Navigation etc.

Major input in following process related to Water Sector:

  • River Basin Planning/ Modelling
  • Command Area Management
  • Storm Water Management Plan
  • Flood Inundation Study
  • Rainwater Harvesting and Artificial Recharge
  • Flood Forecasting
  • Disaster Early Warning
  • Watershed Management
  • Groundwater Assessment
  • Water Quality Assessment

GIS implementation in NHP

  • GIS Analysis & preparation of Inputs based on GIS data for Surface Water, Ground Water , SCADA, MIS and World Bank team for further analysis/ modelling
  • Review of proposed RTDAS BIDs for locational accuracy & comparison with existing list
  • Analysis of GIS Database of Awarded /installed RTDAS stations and update the informations
  • Quality checking GIS & Remote Sensing data.