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Integration and Implementation of Enterprise GIS Platforms

An enterprise GIS implementation allows GIS service creation and access control across an organization. Spatial and non-spatial data can be used, shared and managed as per your organizational needs. Tighter security and version control ensures that your data is secure and in good health. Our implementation specialists can architect and implement enterprise-wide GIS platforms for your organization.


Very often, GIS data is not readily available in a digital format for analysis and reporting. We create and convert paper/non GIS data into digital GIS format through a processing called ‘digitization’. This semi-automated procedure enables your business to make the maximum use of your existing data in a GIS platform.

Map Visualization

Data visualization refers to the graphical representation of information and data. Overlaying different data layers on a map in conjunction with visual elements such as charts and graphs is an accessible way to understand trends, patterns and outliers in data. Our team of experienced cartographers and data experts can help you to make sense of your datasets and make efficient data-driven decisions.

Spatial Data Analysis

Spatial data analysis is used to extract useful information from data that may not be apparent by just looking at a map. Data analysis yields insights such as how data is distributed and how your datasets interact with each other. You are able to ask questions which can impact your decisions, such as how your assets are distributed, whether you are reaching the right customers, is there any geographic pattern amongst your high-performing assets and non-performing assets, among others. We provide the expertise and solutions that enable you to ask these questions and make informed business decisions.

3D modelling

Due to the use of technology such GIS, LIDAR, Remote Sensing; need for data to be presented in a 3D format has increased tremendously. 3D spatial data allows data to be viewed at above-surface data, surface data and below-surface data. Data can be utilised for building models to understand urban cities, terrain analysis, agricultural models, topological models, the list goes on and on. With use of 3D technology it becomes easier to understand and solve complex problems.