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Decision Support System for Industrial Estates using Geo Spatial Technology
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.160‐162  
Krunal Patel, 1Manoj Pandya, Dr. N.N. Jani
–Geo Database, Decision Support System, DSS, Oracle, Estate Management, GIS
To meet the need of various administrative operations such as estate infrastructure planning and management, allotment and regulation of the industrial plots, establishing new estates at various locations, Geo Spatial Technology is the key solution. Geo spatial technology covers spatial dimension which facilitates to visualize outlook of industrial estates at dynamic geographical scale. The integration of domain Knowledge with Geo-spatial datasets and technology leads to successful implementation of the system. System should have capability to process and render enterprise level decisions and provide aid to plan, regulate and control land use. 
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