About Mapping Resources

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are tools to process geographically referenced data - often in order to support decisions in spatial problems. Many GIS applications can be described as spatial decision support systems. However, spatial decision support in a narrower sense requires specialized analytical functions like optimization and multiple criteria evaluation algorithms. While most GIS functions can implicitly assist decision-making, only the specific decision support features result in explicit solutions for a decision problem. With the appearance of GIS on the Internet (called WebGIS, GIS online, or Internet map servers) there is a need to define the role of spatial decision support systems (further WebSDSS) in the context of a global information network (Rinner and Jankowski). Here are the GIS visualization services or SDSS we currently host on the Mililani portal.
ArcGIS SDSS Click on above to open program
ArcGIS Flex Click on above to open program