Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Friday, July 15, 2011
By Parmeshwar Poul (GIS Analyst)
It would be difficult to provide good security to the entire
by traditional method because these cities have huge population who are engaged in varied activities. Other things are our government is unable to manage the security services with good manpower & other requisites due to the budget limitation. But currently terrorists are using GIS (Geographic Information System) technology to complete their targets & still we did not adopt this technology to prevent them. GIS technology has various benefits like it can save manpower & capital and give excellent service for security’s. USA GIS based security system is very good example of this technology. Pune & Mumbai City
GIS technology offers the capability to monitor and manage information relating security operations over large geographic & also management versatility of information and give perfect decision to take action. GIS technology includes variety of command, control, battlefield management, Image Intelligence and other critical solutions that can support police and City security requirements. If Government will apply GIS technology for
then we can avoid 9/11, 13/7 terrorists blast. because it will help to find what is happing & where also help in taking action. Pune & Mumbai City
Benefit of GIS based Security System
- Save money, time & manpower
- Less paperwork
- Easy access to information from anywhere
- Improve productivity
- Ability to evaluate plan effectiveness
- Excellent capability of monitoring, managing & diction making
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) is not new techniques. It has been utilized throughout time as some irrigation methods have been used by the people of Iraq around 4500 BC and are at present used in India (Khadin structures).Today rainwater harvesting is being used worldwide for drinking (human and livestock) and agricultural purposes. Previously, the concept of rainwater harvesting has received very little consideration (especially for drinking purposes) in larger donor financed projects, but recently, with the increasing pressure on available water resources, renewed interest has emerged.
What is Rainwater Harvesting?
Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is the practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for future use.
The Rainwater harvesting is the simple collection and storing of rainwater through scientific techniques from the areas where the rain falls. In RWH three things are important
1) Catchment 2) delivery system 3) storage reservoir
Its broadest sense can be defined as the collection of run-off rainwater for domestic water supply, agriculture and environmental management. Water harvesting systems, which harvest runoff from roofs or ground surfaces fall under the term rainwater harvesting
The method of rain water harvesting has been into practice since ancient times. It is as far the best possible way to conserve water and awaken the society towards the importance of water. The method is simple and cost effective too. It is especially beneficial in the areas, which faces the scarcity of water. People usually make complaints about the lack of water. During the monsoons lots of water goes waste into the gutters. And this is when Rain water Harvesting proves to be the most effective way to conserve water. We can collect the rain water into the tanks and prevent it from flowing into drains and being wasted. It is practiced on the large scale in the metropolitan cities. Rain water harvesting comprises of storage of water and water recharging through the technical process.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
GIS & RS Data is the soul of any geographical research and development activity including planning. Collection of desire data it very difficult & important task in any project because our research & project output is highly depend on its authentic data . In this page some important data sources links have been collected.
- The Global Land Cover Facility (GLCF)
- Education GIS & RS Data
- SOI-All Scale Toposheet for India
- Satellite Data Products
- India Small Scale Toposheet
- India Small Scale -Toposheet preview
- ChicagoUniversity GIS & RS Data sources Link
- FREE GIS, Remote Sensing, Spatial & Hydrology Data
- Highly Accurate 3D (DEMs) ,USGS Geographic Datta,QuickBird, IKONOS, SPOT, Landsat, ASTE images...............
- Maptel-Data for India
- Landsat Images
- India - Land use-land cover map
- Lands of Maharashtra
- Google Earth
- Geographic Enterprises
- Earth Explorer
- National Elevation Dataset
- ESRI ArcGIS On-line
- The National Map
- The National Atlas
- U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Glovis
- Open Street map
- Open Aerial Map
- NCDC Climate data Online
- USDA Aerial Photograph field office
- Tiger 2009
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
We can get online our land 7/12 Utara.
To get our land 7/12 just we need our plot location & survey no (For Example-Village- Khandali, Tq-Ahmadpur, District –Latur, survey no-xyx)
For latur District use following link.
For all Maharashtra use following link