Integrating data from global information systems via the internet with cad software will add certainty to architects' plans Knowing your place
Geographical information systems have been under development now for many years. The idea of attaching both statistical and graphic information to a map-based system, and using the internet as a means of distributing such information, has led many software companies to develop products that can fully exploit the potential of this rich information resource. gis is a fast-growing area and although centred around major utilities and government departments at present, its impact on all ...
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