One common use of GIS is determining ideal locations for projects. This is because GIS makes it very easy to combine and analyze spatial data in a customized way. In this exercise, assume that there has been a recent zombie outbreak in Utah, USA. To determine the ideal hideout location, data that indicates a safe location must be acquired and combined with geography that is conducive to wilderness survival. Once the data is gathered, spatial analysis using GIS overlay tools must be conducted to determine the ideal location for an anti-zombie hideaway hut. In this exercise, multiple tools will be used in ArcGIS Pro to conduct analysis. A resulting map will be generated showing the most suitable sites.
Carroll, Shanna; Lindsay, Tyler; and Rasmussen, Hannah, "Zombie Shelter Location" (2017). Engineering Applications of GIS - Laboratory Exercises. 7.