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Crime Mapping With GIS: An Introduction

Since crime data has a geographical data, law enforcement officials around the world have started using GIS mapping solutions to create better tactics, crime prevention techniques and strategic crime fighting. Crime mapping and analysis By mapping crime and recognizing patterns, law enforcement officials can deploy resources more effectively for crime analysis and crime prevention. For example, crime analysts can take specific locations for law enforcement activities such as patrolling or beat walking based on where crimes are most prevalent. Checkpoints…

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GIS in Health Care: Based on science, built with information

The quality of medical care through the ages of humankind has evolved from hit or miss enterprise to a hard science. Technology has been an ally to the medical sciences from the early days, there is growing influence of one such technology. Which is the GIS technology, this technology has changed how diseases and the geographical components are analysed and interpreted. This technology can be used to prepare, predict and to control of diseases and illnesses. A GIS enabled disease…

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GIS in Real Estate : Spatial Information and Decision Support

The established way of real estate involves the enterprise of consultancy, expertise, planning and facility management. This industry consists a wide array of professionals such as environmentalists, engineers, field officers, economists, and of course lawyers. These professionals come together to make business decisions which can make or break the organization. The decision needs to be a perfect consolidation of market trends, estimation of future market direction and many other variables. For this process to be a success every time data…

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How We Do, What We Do

Ideation process Our process consists of cartooning, brainstorming, prototyping, connecting ideas, generating, and other techniques which can bring in new ideas. The process also evaluates the criticisms, feedbacks, and most importantly worst possible ideas. When an idea is agreed upon, the idea is put on the creative designs, documents and proposals and given to the client for approval. Once and if the approval is received from the client, the remaining task is split according to needs of the clients, between…

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Cordova: Pushing boundaries in all directions

Problem Given the multiple platforms of devices where programs can be executed, it is as diverse as the businesses and sectors across the world. Coding and developing programs for the all the different platforms can be a daunting task for any company let alone an individual developer. This becomes an issue of reachability for any business concerns. A developer cannot simply use a hybrid script to develop an application, the application needs to have the native look, feel and design.…

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 Ionic: The beautiful hybrid script

About Ionic is an open source framework used for developing and building a mobile application, coupled with the fact that Ionic is built on top of AngularJS and Cordova. This means Ionic is capable of delivering applications with image heavy requirement all while maintaining the native feel of the specific platforms. Ionic uses HTML5 for the UI/UX part, JavaScript and CSS. This contains different UI elements for platform specific environments. The Cordova part of the application allows the application to…

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Xamarin: Optimal Hybrid Equilibrium

Born out of Microsoft’s Mono, a software platform, which was designed to help developers to create cross platform application with the .Net framework. Combining Common language Infrastructure and Common language runtime, Xamarin whose inception was in 2011, is Mono framework used for cross-platform application development. This hybrid framework allows developers to use approximately 100% of the native libraries of both Android and iOS. It is widely used for communicating between API (Application Program Interface) and commonly found smartphone features like…

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