The natural input experience of the Wacom pen helps GIS disciplines transform their workflows from paper-based to completely digital.
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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geodesign professionals benefit from improved digital workflows, analog-to-digital transitions, and visual communications. Wacom enhances the digital workflow through the use of a pen directly on the screen for greater cursor control and immersive use of data. Wacom’s natural pen input, which closely matches the familiar paper experience, helps you move easily from paper-based to completely digital workflows.
Many GIS disciplines benefit from enhanced visual communications delivered by augmenting digital maps with hand-drawn annotations and sketches using a Wacom pen. Wacom continues to work closely with industry leaders such as esri to deliver meaningful workflow benefits through user-interface innovations with specific pen and touch features. A few examples are pen and palette editing, pressure-sensitive annotation, and gesture-based navigation.
Wacom helps improve visual communication for emergency responders and planners, as well as improve the productivity of geologists and geophysists with interpreting seismic data. Managers and designers of utilities systems also benefit from the efficiencies of using a Wacom pen.
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Examples of using a Wacom interactive pen display for emergency response and urban planning.
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