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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Best Laptop for Heavy GIS Task

Some time we buy costly laptop for GIS task and image processing, with Good process as shown by Showroom Boys, But after spending much of money we find its performance is same as old laptop and slow even after i7 and 16gb RAM, But There is something that they hide from you,

Here are point that we missed while purchase. 

  • Your laptop processor may be fast but not the hard disk
  • You get 16gb Ram but ts slow speed,
  • HDD response rate is slow
  • Laptop without SSD.
  • Having wifi but not 802.11ac , later you get slow internet on fiber connection. 
  • Having HD screen 1080, but lower contrast ratio. 
So this configuration seem to high but at end you will get low speed laptop, Because processor will slow down if Hard drive is slow. 

So, Here is laptop with faster SSD Drive which read data upto 3gbps and write also 3gbps. It has faster ram then traditional ram, It has 2 Hard drive, One for C drive and other for Other works, This make it faster then your thinking, I will boot in just 5 seconds. SO have A look on this. 

ASUS Rog Strix Core i7 8th Gen 15.6-inch Laptop (16GB/1TB+256GB SSD/Windows 10/4GB Graphics/Black Metal/2.6kg), GL503GE-EN038T

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Estimation of Groundwater Potential Zones using GIS and Remote Sensing

Estimation of Groundwater potential zone using GIS is and very easy work. Even Just basic knowledge of GIS is Required. You Just need to know to concept how it works and how to take that work from form GIS data. Groundwater Potential zone is just an estimate of possible location of water availability. But it does not tell the water depth. But if you want to know monitor changes in water depth in this case you need to work with actual data and plot that data in GIS. You can also calculate water level changes and location by using GIS if you have observation data. Groundwater Required few layers like Land Use, Rainfall, Soil, Drainage density,  DEM, Even number of layers is not limited you can use any number of layer as per information available, like Geomorphology also. This project is sometime given to Master of PhD students. But actually this is work of Just one day if you have good internet connection and ability to work Just 8 hrs continuous. Only write up will take time. So here is step by step Video tutorial is available for this project. It covers from data downloading to final results, Even the same tutorial covers Drought and Flood risk zone also, because it use same data.  High Quality GIS contents are not free, But too cheap also as 10$. If you learn GIS offline this will cost you thousand of dollars and at last you not have single video of course. You purely depend on you notebook. But if everything is available in video you can do it better, watch any step anytime rewind it. So All reading this post have access to this course using special link. Below this post. 
  • Successfully identify Groundwater Potential Zones
  • Also Drought prone Area analysis
  • Flood Risk map
  • Working with Rainfall Data
  • Generate Soil Map and identify Soil Properties
  • Delineate Watershed
  • Drainage Density and Drainage Maps
  • Mosaic of Digital Elevation Model
  • Area Calculation from Pixels
  • Data Interpolation
  • Adding Data from Excel to GIS Environment
  • Perform GIS data calculations
  • Tool used for Site suitability analysis
  • Working with CDF file and data Extraction, Map Generation, Calculation,
  • Data Reclassification
  • Generate Fluctuation maps to identify Good Aquifer.
  • Data Reproject
  • Calculation with Raster Data
  • Data management in GIS
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
  • Basic GIS
  • Must have Landuse image
  • You must have ArcGIS any Version
Who this course is for:
  • GIS Student
  • GIS Professionals
  • Professors
  • Scientists
  • Master Student of Remote Sensing and GIS
  • PhD Research Scholars
  • Groundwater Exploration Engineers
  • Irrigation Engineers
  • Water Resource Engineers
  • Students of WRDM
  • Govt. Policy Makers
  • Ministry of Earth Science

Groundwater Potential Zones using GIS