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ANALIST is the Netcad application in which basic and advanced surface analyses, raster (image) analyses, basic and advanced spatial analyses can be performed. GIS, CAD, RS analyses are performed together interactively.

Precision impact maps are produced for natural hazards by performing and evaluating together environmental, topographical and hydrotopographical analyses as well as basic surface analyses through digital terrain model (SAM).

Weighted overlay analyses can be performed by normalizing unlimited number of layers in the desired weights. It also provides ready-to-use operators for advanced analysis techniques such as Mamdani Fuzzy Inference, Modified Analytic Hierarchy Process (m-AHP).

 - Point impact and impact analyses,

- Spatial reflections of demographic and social analysis results,

- Overlay analyses by the evaluation of project layers together,

- Best location selection for urban and rural function areas,

- Capability of performing all analyses required for the management of smart cities based on desired functions,

- Landslide, avalanche, flood, earthquake and other national hazard risks; decision support analyses and syntheses such as urban transformation analysis can be easily performed.

Surface Analyses

Elevation, slope, aspect (direction), visibility analyses can be performed. Relief maps can be created in various features.  Plan and Profile Curvature Slope, Curvature Slope, Curvature Orientation, Roughness, Heat Load Index, Abrasive Power Index of River, Specific Basin Area, Sediment Carrying Capacity Index, Topographic Wetness Index, Annual Solar Radiation analyses can be performed in many different methods based on the elevation input.

Image Processing and Remote Sensing Analyses

Filter, Split/Merge Color Band, Band Arithmetic, Supervised and Unsupervised Classification, Layer Separation, Accuracy Analysis, Vegetation Index, Sectoral Indices, Fusion, Color Balance and Change Analyses, Vectorization and GeoReport operations can be easily performed with Analist.



Spatial Analyses

By performing Buffer and Multiple Buffer Analyses, Voronoi and Overlay analyses, database associated bulk data transfers can be carried out automatically.


Advanced Spatial Analyses

Netcad Analist uses data oriented methods such as Weighted Overlay as well as expert-based methods such as Mamdani Fuzzy Modeling, and Modified Analytic Hierarchy Process (m-AHP).

Advanced spatial analyses can be performed with unlimited number of raster and vector layers as input in Netcad Architect.

Advanced modeling tools are defined under the General Guidelines of ‘Artificial Intelligence' and ‘Data Mining'. ‘Learning and Inference’ are the objectives of the both methods. The accuracy of spatial analysis of the study area was provided by the ROC curve (Receiver Operating Characteristic).

There are two main sources used to ensure 'learning' and then 'inference' actions: ‘Data’ and ‘expert’. The method to be used in the model depends on the general characteristics of the problem.

'Data-Oriented’ Method requires sufficiant and reliable data.

'Expert-Based’ Method, on the other hand, does not require sufficiant data. Expert interpretation is more significiant. Analist Module can be developed by experts.

User Groups
  • All Netcad Users
  • Municipalities
  • Special Provincial Administrations
  • Public Institutions
  • Universities
  • Engineering Firms
  • Map Firms
  • Planning Firms
  • Construction Companies
  • Agriculture and Forestry Companies
  • Geology Firms
  • Hydrology Firms
  • Electricity Companies
  • Mining Companies
  • Architecture Firms

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