A Professional GISc practitioner or a GISc Technologist is involved in any company, organisation or organ of state that has spatial data needs. Data, both visual and non-visual is a valuable commodity which can be enhanced in one’s business to improve efficiencies, decision making and profits / returns.
Geographic Information Services
Geographic Information Science (GISc) is especially valuable in policy and decision-making, and has become an indispensable component of most planning activities.
GISc is used today in fields as diverse as criminal justice, marketing, economic development, public health administration, environmental assessment, risk analysis, ecology, urban planning, emergency management, real estate, government, and education.
Geographic Information Science (C) enable us to assess and manage existing conditions, and also help predict future conditions.
All SAGI members are
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