A successful replication process requires communication, collaboration and proper planning for efficiency and long-term sustainability.
Without tight synchronization of both personnel and technology GIS data replication is prone to fail.
To the credit of the GIS community across the state, the SGID's data resources are among the most mature and extensive in the nation.
According to Civin, GIS is not only becoming the centre of business intelligence, but might replace the spreadsheet as an overview and GAP analyses tool in the future.
Civin also demonstrated one of the company’s online mapping platforms, GISlike, a value-added service to data purchases.
Geospatial data that is both accurate and current is critical in public safety.
The goal of GIS data replication is to streamline the transfer and synchronizing of GIS data from one location to another.