Hardware requirement - gis technology, Electrical Engineering

Hardware Requirement-

  • Server of adequate sizing for enterprise-wide deployment for storing maps and geospatial data.
  • Application server and web server.
  • Desktops at different user locations.
  • Enterprise-wide WAN and LAN at various locations along with proper security and connectivity.

 

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