Core functionalities of the gis, Electrical Engineering

Core Functionalities of the GIS:

The GIS should be able to:

1          Create layers from all supported data sources involving coverage feature classes, shape files, computer-aided design, raster, and geo- database feature classes, or tables holding x, y coordinates.

2          Create group layers from multiple data sources involving vector overlays on top of raster data/images.

3          Provide Data Preview facility before loading it and Drag and Drop layer from the preview window to the map.

4          Provide inbuilt industry standard Reports Generation tool both at Server and Desktops.

5          Provide the facility to label characteristics based upon fields or expression of two or more fields.

6          Carry out registration, rectification and storage of various formats of data in a single database.

7          Support Topological-editing capabilities.

8          Define rules for Topology like rules to make sure which no polygon overlaps another polygon in the similar data, polygons should form a continuous surface along with no voids or gaps, lines in a data should connect to one another, dangling and pseudo nodes removal.

9          Create Bookmarks that is facility to Create, Edit and Move to Bookmarks. (Bookmarks will be created to store the information of the display Extents of the map.)

10        Give Back-up recovery module for managing the backup and recovery operations of the database.

11        Give software support for back-up storage copy of the Customer information, for use in case of any corruption of current data.

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