As a society, we use geographic information every day. Our GPS units access location data every time we search an address. We use maps, both printed and electronic, to examine and investigate the world around us. Providing maps and directions is only one part of what makes geographic information useful. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be used to reveal relationships, patterns and trends.
Any organization that maintains or manages location-based data can reduce costs and increase productivity by utilizing GIS technologies. AOS GIS has solutions for a wide variety of organizations, including public safety and law enforcement, K-12 schools, higher education, healthcare entities, state and local government, retail businesses and any organizations that use location-based information.