Organization Property and Land Management through Geographic Information System (GIS)

Nowadays, the land and its management are of the key debates which concern both governmental and nongovernmental bodies in many countries. This is because the land deemed to be unique goods with increasing importance as the result of the infeasibility of reproduction. In this regard, property plurality in these organizations causes difficulties in integrated management due to information dispersion in various realms. This not only impedes thorough monitoring of such properties but also leads to higher expense and time consumption and even illegitimate possessions and law related issues for that organizations. The objective of this paper is to conduct a survey on managerial systems and methodologies as well as proposing solutions for optimized property management by the organizations with the aid of Geographical Information Systems (GIS). The results show that application of GIS can have a significant role in optimized management of an organization property provided that it associates with analysis of geographical as well as descriptive and legislative information. Furthermore, this research proposes a framework for land management decision-support-system in large organizations and corporations.
Shahrnegar Bimonthly, Volume:12 Issue: 58, 2012
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