Utilizing Geospatial Information

Comprehensive GIS

Comprehensive GIS

PASCO believes it is crucial for local e-government to have comprehensive GIS, and to this end, we want to help government offices streamline their internal shared spatial databases, set up operating systems that promote the use of information, and create frameworks for sharing information between divisions.

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Outline and Features

Outline and Features

To get the best comprehensive GIS configuration, we need to think about the system from the viewpoint of the user. PASCO believes that providing a system that meets the needs of the user is of ultimate importance. To this end, we utilize two different network technologies, that of client servers and the internet, in one system.
Optimum comprehensive GIS configurations are based on the four categories of users and what they want from the system. The four categories with accompanying descriptions of applicable GIS features are listed below:

Type 1: High Level GIS

With many specialized functions for the high level user dealing with the demands of running an administration. Access would normally be limited to staff running high-powered GIS analyses or with administrator authorization for shared spatial data.
ArcGIS

Type 2: Office Work GIS

For office work. Specialized to each discipline so as to improve work efficiency.
PasCAL

Type 3: Internal Reference GIS

Intranet version using internet technology. Made so that all staff can use it without any formal training.
PasCAL

Type 4: Public Access GIS

For use by the residents of the locality. ASP/SaaS technology makes the system easy to use with its intuitive commands, and provides stable operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our Town GuideInternet Map Information Service

The Possibilities of Comprehensive GIS

The Possibilities of Comprehensive GIS

The system and spatial database of comprehensive GIS is configured with the emphasis on increasing administration efficiency A government office employing comprehensive GIS will enjoy better work efficiency, and in turn, will be able to render improved services to the public.
By proactively promoting the use of map data, GIS has the potential to become an important means for the community to participate in local government. People who live, meet, and study in the area can all interact through the use of map data.

The potential of GIS is limitless.

The Shared Spatial Database is the Key

The Shared Spatial Database is the Key

The shared spatial database is where data of a certain quality is stored, and is readily accessible for use by all government divisions.
This is the nucleus of comprehensive GIS. It is where the spatial information of each division is consolidated, and where the system is configured and operated from.
Maintenance of the shared spatial information is crucial to comprehensive GIS, and one can even go so far as to say that quality control of the shared spatial information during its introduction and use holds the key to how well comprehensive GIS works.
The map data in the shared spatial database is the cornerstone of the system. It has to be of a high quality, and readily accessible to many users. Therefore, many things have to be considered from many angles, and the most appropriate approach that incorporates factors such as cost, precision, and operation, be devised.

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