Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing has become a widely accepted tool in all fields of life and particularly in groundwater exploration and hydrogeological investigations. Together these technologies help in taking care of business by leveraging technology that facilitates to see the big picture, make the best decisions, and capitalize on the organization’s investment both in terms of data and resources. The GIS software offers an innovative solution that helps to create, visualize, analysis and present information better and more effectively.

During the development of a GIS database for comprehensive analysis, all avenues of data collection should be pursued including literature survey, public and private organizations and computer networks. The integration of remote sensing with GIS provides a greater hydrogeological understanding by combining remotely acquired spectral information with other data including physiographical, geological, geophysical, hydrogeological, geochemical and geometrical data. The use of GIS in water resources evaluation has recently expanded with increasing emphasis in surface and subsurface applications. The combination of Remote Sensing, hydrogeology, applied geophysics and GIS show a tremendous promise for groundwater exploration, exploitation and development all over the world.