With expertise in GIS, mapping and data management, our specialists can develop datasets and provide analysis that allows you to observe and understand the key features of your project.
We are vendor neutral, using both commercial and open-source GIS solutions. This means that we can provide you innovative and cost-effective ways of presenting, visualising, analysing, reporting and managing your data.
Contact Stuart Wallace for a discussion on how we can help you with GIS and mapping.
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Infrastructure to help make your spatial data fly.
Bringing geographic information together in one place has a number of benefits:
We have experience in delivering spatial data infrastructure solutions based on commercial and open-source software. We can help you select the solution which is most appropriate to your needs.
We deliver most of our solutions based on ESRI ArcGIS Server (hosted on SQL Server) or through Mapserver / Geoserver (hosted on PostgreSQL). Both of these offer excellent integration with off-the-shelf GIS packages such as ESRI ArcMap or QGIS, and can be integrated easily with web mapping solutions.
Helping you undertake frequent tasks, in a user friendly and consistent manner.
We can provide development of bespoke GIS tools as extensions or add-ons to your GIS software, typically in ArcGIS, Safe FME, QGIS or GDAL. Our tools can help to:
Processing, optimisation and analysis skills to help you make the most of your data.
The amount of data in organisations is growing at an exponential scale and the type of data being stored is also changing. When it was rows and columns of figures held in a standard database, things were simple. It all came down to the speed of the database and the hardware it was running on. Now, binary large objects (BLOBs) are appearing in databases, which require a different approach to identifying and reporting on what the content actually is and in identifying patterns and making sense out of what this means to the user. We can assist you in your big data strategy, processing, optimisation and analysis.
If an organisation wanted to determine how many properties were at risk of flooding, spatial data analysis is used to determine where properties intersect (or lie) within a flood extent. Spatial data analysis requires specialist skills in GIS - we are able to help you with large scale GIS and analysis workflows and combine these with advanced scripting to provide automation for complex problems.
Extensive experience in capturing and digitising data into geographical formats.
Many organisations hold large amounts of data in formats that are inaccessible or impossible to query. The data might be in paper maps, photographs or scans of old designs. To make these data useful, we can extract the information and create new, geographical datasets.