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Maps for all territories

Digital mapping has transformed all our lives in the last decade, but GIS offers the construction sector digital tools that can revolutionise the site and beyond.

23rd February, 2020
Eamonn Doyle, chief technology officer at Esri Ireland

Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies have been in use for some time, but there is a range of uses that go well beyond traditional mapping and boundary questions.

According to Eamonn Doyle, chief technology officer at Esri Ireland, the use of GIS runs the gamut of construction tasks.

Use starts with land acquisition and management but goes the whole way through to having a building and managing it. “It’s all being digitalised,” Doyle said....

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