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Our company has created
a unique methodology and workflow process for GIS FOR LAND USE
for governments and municipalities.
Towards that purpose, the company
has assembled a special group of experts in town planning and
in GIS, to take advantage of the expertise of both.
Our methodology enables us to build
the most basic and important layers in the GIS for government,
and is used as a basic tool in producing such information
systems. Using this methodology results in the high quality of
the results that we can achieve.
Traditionally, land use projects
were planned using lots and parcels as a background, taking
into consideration physical land conditions, topography, aims
of the urban planners, etc.
Our GIS solution for land use was
developed in consideration of the local laws in each project
area and can easily be adapted to most of the requirements of
In order to achieve high quality
and effective results from the land use GIS application, it is
crucial to perform data collection in the correct
Below is the data collection
workflow process for GIS for land use:
1. Collecting all of the existing
computer files or hard copy land use plans for each lot of the
project area, and ordering them chronologically
from the most recent
plan to the oldest plan.
2. Scanning the collected hard copy plans
with a color scanner.
3. Assimilating and data processing
of the scanned raster files.
4. Adaptation of the plans to the
cadaster - raster to vector processes.
5. Assimilating the relevant
alphanumeric information of the plans to the GIS land use
6. Compilation of all the graphic files to
create the updated layer of land use of the requested area.
7. Quality control of the graphic
stage considering the adaptation of the computerized
information to the hard copies of the town plans.
8. Getting statutory confirmation of the
correctness of all the land uses of the compilation from the
authorities in the government or local
The alphanumeric and
graphic information that will be derived from the GIS land use
application in the municipality information center or over the
1. For each request of
land use information, which lots and parcels are
2. Breakdown of all the
requested land use details in a specified report format
pertaining to the specific lots and parcels.
3. Details of building
rights of the requested area.
4. The identity of the
party that initiated the relevant town plan.
5. The history of the
town plan development and how it changed over
6. The planner who
created the specific town plan.
7. The land
8. Reference to earlier
relevant town plans.
9. Date when the plan went into