Aquatic GIS Applications

Aquatic GIS Applications

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are a tool for making and using spatial information from a diverse array of sources. GIS can be used for the visualisation of data, helping to analyse spatial relationships and interactions and assist in problem-solving and...
GIS in Agriculture

GIS in Agriculture

In the early 1960s the first Geographical Information System (GIS) was developed by the Canadians to store geospatial data and produce maps for the Canadian Land Inventory. This data provided an indication of the land’s capability to support agriculture, wildlife,...
Big Data in GIS

Big Data in GIS

Download PDF: ISPL Insight – Big Data in GIS First making headlines in mainstream media back in 2011, the use of Big Data is becoming ever more prominent in the field of spatial analytics. The concept of Big Data analytics refers to the analysis of mass amounts...
GIS Technology: A Map Can Tell a 1000 Words

GIS Technology: A Map Can Tell a 1000 Words

Download PDF: ISPL Blog – GIS Technology A map is a representation of the environment and surrounding features presented graphically.  An effective map has the power to elevate a report or document and help to highlight the overall intent or story behind the...