gis mapping software Articles

  • Mapping the results of mobile network monitoring: a GIS solution

    Most of us are familiar with the 'can you hear me now' commercial - a spectacled technician from a major wireless carrier moves about with a dedicated team testing the voice clarity of the network. Geographic information system (GIS) technology (Foote and Lynch, 2011), together with the use of existing data collection hardware, allows analysts to map results of mobile networks both accurately and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Noise Planning Software Used to Map Major EU Roadways

    Most countries have a national noise policy to protect citizens from undesirable environmental noise levels from road, rail and air traffic and industrial sources. The European Noise Directive for the Assessment and Management of Environmental Noise outlines a coordinated method to achieve noise reduction in large cities as a first step, followed by smaller cities as a second step. The ...


    By SoundPLAN International LLC

  • Integrating GIS and Hydraulic Modelling in Urban and Rural Applications

    Overview In the UK, numerical Hydraulic Modelling of the urban environment, water networks and rivers plays a vital role in providing the UK Water Industry with solutions for protecting the environment, meeting UK Government and European Regulations, meeting OPEX and CAPEX business targets, and improving the efficiency of Water Companies in managing their assets. Similarly, the UK water ...


    By Innovyze

  • Using GIS to Build Hydraulic Models Faster

    The use of hydraulic models, already widespread, continues to grow rapidly.  Modeling is used increasingly all around the world to address planning and operational issues in water supply networks, collection systems, and river management. Much of this growth results from the rapid advances in the capabilities of the best of the hydraulic modeling software solutions, which constantly improve ...


    By Innovyze

  • Mapping rurality: analysis of rural structure in Turkey

    The aim of this study is to describe the rural structure of Turkey on the basis of various rural indicators. The data and information used for evaluation of rurality are based mainly on the Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT) data. Factor analysis, one of the well-known multidimensional techniques is deployed to evaluate rural structure of Turkey while using geographical information system ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • New Jersey Uses GIS, EQuIS to Collect Site Remediation Data

    Using GIS To Manage Remediation Data GIS holds great potential as a tool for managing environmental site remediation data. While using GIS to locate Superfund sites is commonplace, GIS has played only a minor role in the review and analysis of chemical data gathered during an investigation or monitoring activity. There are a number of reasons why GIS has not become commonplace in the ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Water quality assessment of Yamuna River in Delhi region using index mapping

    Water quality indices (WQI) were introduced with the aim of reducing great amount of parameters into a simpler expression and enabling easy interpretation of monitoring data. In this study, an attempt has been made to devise a methodology to integrate the WQI with geographic information system (GIS) for an effective interpretation of the quality status of the river. River Yamuna in Delhi has been ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Digital worlds - using Landmark`s historical maps for schools

    Teachers and their pupils can now have access to digital historical maps, supplied by Landmark Solutions, through Digital Worlds' innovative new educational software package. Landmark's extensive and unique digital archive of historical maps covers the whole of Great Britain and gives a complete step-by-step picture of the land use changes that have taken place between the 1840s and the 1990s. ...


    By Landmark Information Group

  • Terrex spatial survey & Map remote Australia - Case Study

    Surveyors in Australian Outback depend on rugged mobile technology to navigate and map remote regions in paperless field surveys. Challenge Navigate, survey and map remote regions in central Australia known for its bright sun and harsh winds. Solution A paperless field survey solution with Algiz 10X rugged tablets that can handle the ...


    By Handheld UK and Ireland Ltd

  • Procedures to analyse noise maps in connection with noise action plans

    After finishing of the noise mapping of the European Noise Directive1” the noise action planning follows. This part of the END-projects concerns with measures for noise reduction in general and in detail and information and collaboration of the public. In this process a huge amount of measures and alternatives accumulates. Therefore automatic working tools for evaluation of the measures and ...


    By SoundPLAN International LLC

  • Over a million log on to SEPA’s flood map and InfoWorks RS

    On average, over 11,000 people a day look at the maps, peaking at 40,000 to 60,000 during wet weather – a staggering 222,552 people accessed the maps on one particular day just after the map was launched. The map provides web-based flood outlines indicating the flood hazard that exists at any particular location (for instance, whether an area may be inundated by a fluvial flood event of one in ...


    By Innovyze

  • Modeling Tip: Importing a Map Image File into BREEZE AERMOD or 3D Analyst

    Imported maps can be very helpful when setting up a model scenario and analyzing the results. They can be used as a QA/QC method for ensuring that model objects are in the correct locations and they can also help better visualize results graphically. Although a map file is not required, BREEZE ...

  • A GIS-based approach for the long-term prediction of human health risks at contaminated sites

    A Health Index/Risk Evaluation Tool (HIRET) has been developed for the integration of risk assessment and spatial planning using GIS capabilities. The method is meant to assist decision makers and site owners in the evaluation of potential human health risk with respect to land use. Human health risk defined as the potential adverse effects on human life or health is generally accepted as the ...


    By Springer

  • Implementing noise prediction standards in software

    Software requirements in the 80's Until the 80's most consultancy projects were based on noise measurements due to complaints. As noise legislation became more strict, noise prediction became more important. New national and international noise prediction standards As there was no commercial software available many consultants started to develop their ...


    By Softnoise GmbH

  • END noise mapping – the sustainable solution of the german federal railway authority, review to an outstanding

    The Federal Railway Authority of Germany was tendering 2006 a sustainable noise mapping system to fulfil the needs of the END (European Noise Directive). The aim of the project was to develop a system which contains all required model data and results for the first level of the EU noise mapping. In addition the system should be an integrated software solution to explore the model data. It should ...


    By SoundPLAN International LLC

  • Aqua data: automatically capturing, mapping & sharing latest water quality data on the web

    Abstract This year Shoalhaven City Council (SCC) received the Local Government Award for Excellence in Overall Environmental Management at the prestigious United Nations of Australia World Environment Day Awards. In part this was in recognition of the considerable amount of time and money SCC invests on monitoring and reporting Water Quality across its Drinking Water, Effluent Treatment, ...

  • Groundwater monitoring and assessment with ESdat environmental data management software and its use in groundwater remediation plans

    Groundwater investigations, contaminated/industrial sites, landfill and regulatory compliance are all ideal areas for environmental consultants and site managers, specializing in groundwater monitoring and assessment, to use environmental data management software. A successful groundwater ...

  • Climate change case study

    European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) commissioned a team of scientists to assess the change in vulnerability of EU Member States to infectious disease over the next fifty years as a result of projected changes in climate. Vose lead the modelling part of the project, developing a range of indices that allowed ‘heat maps’ to be produced showing regions down to ...

  • Solving the systems jigsaw

    Untitled Document Computer systems have brought obvious benefits to companies around the world, nowhere more than in water, wastewater, and ...


    By Innovyze

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