Using a Geographic Information System (GIS), we’re able to better understand spatial distributions of land, people, and resources. Data collected through GIS helps facilitate important discussions regarding community spaces and the challenges surrounding them. This allows us to gain valuable insight on how to develop and implement the best, long-term solution possible.
For federal, state, and municipal governments and agencies, creating and maintaining adequate records can often involve many tasks spread out across many departments. In addition, data is often saved in various forms and locations.
GIS consolidates records and data, providing a uniform framework to manage and present different forms of data. Utilizing its database capabilities, data is recorded and analyzed. With a consistent framework, trends, patterns, and existing features are analyzed with greater accuracy.
The ease of data manipulation and integration provides real-time information for community members, presentations, grant proposals, web pages, and other marketing efforts.
Working with you, we will create a custom GIS that enables data-driven decisions. Our development process includes:
Our team employs the latest in field survey technology to provide high-accuracy data, backed by a robust attribute system. This method provides our clients with meaningful, precise data and analysis on every project.
We provide geodatabase creation, management, and storage for all working project data. It is structured and optimized to hold geometric data including shapefiles, feature datasets, and feature classes (e.g. points, symbols, and polygons that represent similar geographic objects).
To effectively communicate project information, we can develop creative and informative maps and graphics. This allows spatial data to be analyzed using numerous GIS toolsets and professional expertise to create optimum solutions and designs.
To allow access to data from any web-enabled device, our GIS specialists provide streamlined data viewing portals and applications. Data is hosted in secure cloud storage to ensure constant access to applications and data for individuals with permission to view such information.
The query and analysis tools of GIS programs allow us to identify all features or areas that fit a certain criteria or performance measure. We are then able to identify strengths and weaknesses of public systems in order to develop plans and solutions for the future.