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Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Putting GIS to work By Austin Troy, University of Vermont
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Major Fields Natural Resources –Natural resource assessment and inventory, forestry and range management (public and private sector), land trust planning, conserved lands planning and acquisition, wildlife habitat and corridor planning, pollutant and watershed management, nonpoint source pollutant reduction planning, environmental regulatory compliance, agriculture, soils, mineral, oil and gas exploration, site cleanup, remediation and restoration, recreation and park planning.forestry land trust planningconserved lands planning and acquisitionrecreation and park planning
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Major Fields Urban and regional planning –Land use monitoring, land use plan development, land records, transportation planning, trip generation analysis, public transit, demographic analysis, project budgeting, future land use prediction, targeted economic development, siting public facilities and capital improvements, online permit and zoning management, delivery of zoning, infrastructure and site information online, 3d site modeling.Land use monitoringland records, transportation planningtrip generation analysispublic transitproject budgetingfuture land use predictiononline permit and zoning management3d site modeling
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Fields Other Government Applications –Includes specialists from all sectors –Other regulatory compliance, assessment of natural hazards, national defense, spatial information provision on the web, maintenance of census, creation and maintenance of other public GIS data, creation and interpretation of remote sensing data, development and maintenance of digital libraries and data standards,assessment of natural hazardsspatial information provision on the web –Internet map servers:Internet map servers land information systems, online assessment, urban redevelopment information systemsland information systemsonline assessmenturban redevelopment information systems
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Major Fields Civil engineering and surveying –Large construction site design, geotechnical and natural hazards mapping and modeling (floods, earthquakes, landslides), structure safety, precise field data collection and retrieval, hydrological engineering, transportation modeling and engineering, surveying of land parcels and buildings, utility networks.geotechnical and natural hazards mapping precise field data collection and retrievaltransportation surveying of land parcels and buildings
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Fields Public utilities –Managing and planning: Water, gas and sewer networks Watersheds for supply areas Electricity grids, including the siting of rights of wayElectricity grids Airports Irrigation projects
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted Careers in GIS: Fields Business –Industry: Product marketing studies, consumer behavior analysis, retail site selection, drive time analysis, competitive gap analysis, targeted advertising, routing, logistics and trackingconsumer behavior analysisretail site selectiondrive time analysiscompetitive gap analysisrouting, tracking –Real estate: multiple listing services, property valuation (AVMs), mortgage portfolio valuation, REIT valuation, market and site analysis for real estate developersmultiple listing servicesproperty valuation –Telecommunications: siting cell towers, managing wired networks, optimizing service calls, network expansion and capacity planningoptimizing service callscapacity planning
Introduction to GIS All lecture materials by Austin Troy © 2003 unless otherwise noted GIS and Regulatory Compliance Business, continued: Banking and regulatory complianceBanking and regulatory compliance –Banks use GIS to show compliance with Fair Lending regulations, such as the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), to prove that they offer adequate service in underserved areas and that they are not denying loans to businesses and residents in those areas
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