Geospatial Economic Crisis Response Gas Station

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Published: 2022-03-28

Page: 197-204


Taha Alfadul Taha Ali *

Information Technology, Alzaiem Alazhari University, Sudan and Geo Five Sustainable Renewable Energy (GSRE), GeoFive Co. LTd, Khartoum, Sudan.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

This study illustrate Economic Crisis Management for Bashaer Gas Station using Geoinformatics Technology, the motivations there aren’t study reality analysis gas station in Sudan also lack information for gas station in Sudan. The objectives are Build Fuel Gas Station Geodatabase (FGSG), pattern analyse to Reality Analysis using Average Nearest Neighbour, Measuring Geographical Distribution, Design and implementation Reality Analysis application. The importance is support decision makers for reality analysis of gas station. The methodology is applied and descriptive. There are many results as Build Fuel Gas Station Geodatabase (FGSG), the pattern does not appear to be significantly different than random, The centre feature is Al-Handasia Gas Station in Industry region administrator, Mean Center (x= 32.527744,y= 15.589923) in Amarat administrator, Median Center(x= 32.535738, y= 15.593838) in Amarat administrator, in addition measuring Directional Distribution and Standard Distance and Design and Implementation System for data center for Gas Station. There are many recommendations are reality analysis for gas station in Sudan, build distributed enterprise geodatabase for gas station in Sudan, GIS Applications in Optimum Site Selection for Gas Stations in Sudan. The future research are using Geoinformatics technology in automatic managing and controlling for Economic Stations in Sudan, also measuring the pollution.

Keywords: Geoinformatics Technology Economic Crisis Management (GTECM), spatial analysis, analyze pattern, measuring distribution


How to Cite

Ali, T. A. T. (2022). Geospatial Economic Crisis Response Gas Station. Asian Research Journal of Current Science, 4(1), 197–204. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/ARJOCS/article/view/1534

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