]init[ Geoinformation systems: dynamically linking facts and figures and space-related data
Whether pollen forecasts, data on air pollution, the boundaries of nature reserves or construction areas - almost 80 percent of all information has a spatial aspect. Geoinformation systems display facts and figures with their spatial aspect and, in this way, make the cooperation between citizens, the Administration and the economy more transparent and more effective.
Geoinformation systems offer decision-making assistance, simplify administrative processes and can be an aid to cooperation processes. By networking different regional data systems, complex structures can be visualised in a way that is easy to understand.
A central element of the customer-specific ]init[ Geoinformation systems is a database-based, dynamically generated map that is integrated seamlessly into the design of the respective Web environment. As the available datasets are accessible to all players via a GIS, maximum coordination is possible and redundant data collection in the various public authorities is avoided.
]init[ provides the user (for example, expert departments in the Administration) here with a highly-developed tool, which can be used to record and prepare space-related information, and integrate this into existing websites.
Benefit of solution
- Data availability due to central data storage
- High quality of information through space-related Geodata with an interactive map
- Cost savings due to digital transfer without media disruption
- Effective controlling for multidisciplinary applications