Analysis of Multi-Spectral Data for improvement of shortest route incorporating Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing


  • Taniya Jain, Pushpendra Kumar Verma


Network Analysis, Attribute Data, GIS Techniques.


In the present-day world of technological innovation, the community has adopted significant utilization of geography-related information in the form of both spatial and non-spatial data. The spatial data are presented in an approach that incorporates space, time alongside sophistication. Network analysis assists in identifying the most suitable locations that provide services. Healthcare facilities and certain areas of the Meerut region have been chosen for the network assessment in the present research. For a better understanding of facilitate the movement of resources, people, commodities, and services throughout multidimensional road networks, assessment is needed. The present research emphasized on finding the most efficient approach between two or more locations based on a particular trip consumption in order to illustrate the usage of network analysis. The most convenient or most effectively route between such locations can be determined using a Geographic Information System, or GIS technology. In order to generate a database consisting of the roadway network and the most suitable route, information on the attributes of the road network must be collected. The most effective approach can be determined by analyzing the total expenditure of the route in both meters and minutes.


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Taniya Jain. (2024). Analysis of Multi-Spectral Data for improvement of shortest route incorporating Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications in Engineering, 12(21s), 3651 –. Retrieved from



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