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GIS drives electronic road mapping

The development of Ireland's road network has increased demand for transport-related geographical information technologies.

11th December, 2004

The development of Ireland's road network has increased demand for transport-related geographical information technologies.

According to Peter Lyon, managing director of geographical information system (GIS) provider ESRI Ireland, the maze of roads, motorways and bypasses springing up around the country has had a direct impact on public demand for GIS.

“GIS can do a lot to help road safety, noise mapping, planning for transport and analysis for road building. GIS allows you to layer all...

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