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GIS is used at every level of government, all around the world. Governments collect, manage, and automate data on a very large scale. Spatial data visualization allows for easier interpretation of large datasets, beyond mere columns and rows in a spreadsheet. Governments are responsible for improving quality of life at national, state, and local levels. And with GIS technology, they’re making informed, data-driven decisions to do just that.
Analyze complex issues and reveal obscure patterns within the data, and make educated decisions with valuable GIS insights. Streamline your data collection (on any device) and secure sharing of maps and analytics. Coordinate the efforts of large groups, such as first responders, with real-time status updates on a live control dashboard, and keep the community safe.
Defense organizations are challenged to take quick and decisive action based on data from numerous systems, sensors, and sources. Using geographic information system (GIS)-based solutions, all types of operators and decision-makers can
Aggregate and integrate many types of data
Enable situational understanding and collaboration across the enterprise
Model, analyze, and visualize all aspects of the operational environment
Deliver user-driven applications that harmonize efforts across domains, functions, and echelons
GIS is being extensively used in the quest to find and develop renewable energy resources, such as wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass energy. GIS also plays an important role in the search for the best locations (considering natural and cultural resources) and to find the best corridors for transmission and distribution of resources
The energy industry encompasses a wide variety of resources including solar, wind, geothermal, hydrogen, tidal, wave, hydroelectric, biomass, nuclear, and fossil fuels. No matter the resource, they are all location-based assets. GIS technology is supporting and underlying the progress of this monumental change. GIS is not only improving the way we produce and deliver energy, but also changing the way we view and utilize our earth’s resources.
GIS is an essential tool for managing the earth’s resources. Using land cover, vegetation, soil, and geology maps, GIS brings the power of spatial analysis to the table, to support informed decisions. As a forest manager, GIS can be leveraged to support sustainable forest management.
Valuable information including forest cover, types of forest within an area, human encroachment into forest lands, and desertification, can all be incorporated into a single map. Then, with spatial analysis, effective policies can be put into place to ensure the protection and sustainable management of our precious forest resources remains intact. It’s time to leverage a little GIS insight.
Oil and gas resources are clearly location-based assets. Track and manage resources at all stages – upstream, midstream, and downstream, with powerful GIS technologies. GIS allows visualization and analysis of all existing data in a single map, and it’s essential in locating new extraction sites, managing pipeline integrity, and forecasting potential spills to predict how a spill may impact the environment from ecological, social, and cultural standpoints
Gain deeper insight with spatial analytics, to reveal trends and relationships buried within complex data patterns. And leverage the cloud storage, for easy access to all your data from anywhere.
The agriculture industry has grown to leverage the power of GIS, as satellites, drones, web maps, and sophisticated models have opened the door to precision farming.
Farmers today are saving time, money, and environmental stress, by gathering valuable information about soils, weeds, nutrients, weather, insects, disease, climate, and following up with actionable steps. Crops are location-based assets, so it’s a natural relationship with GIS technologies.
GIS provides your organization with high quality data, from planning & logistics, to operations & maintenance, start leveraging the power of location-based intelligence. Our professional services can help you take advantage of all that GIS technologies have to offer, leading to valuable insights that favor more informed decisions. Drive your business objectives and streamline workflows by integrating your organization with GIS.
The transportation industry is always planning for and investing in new infrastructure. From mapping current bridge and pavement conditions, to designing smarter systems, data-driven analysis is made possible with GIS technologies. Contact our industry experts to improve your situational and geospatial awareness today.
Whether you're collecting registration and permit information, supply-chain figures, or enumerator records, our technical staff will work with you to integrate your data streams into a unified fleet knowledge repository.
We provide the global standard for vessel tracking by bringing custom-made hardware, advanced data analytics, and expertise to fisheries world-wide. Our technology platform is designed from the ground-up to bring data insights to every fishing vessel in the world.
Telematics system information contains clues indicating areas for improvement, from increasing fuel efficiency and pinpointing vehicle locations, to reducing collisions and saving lives. It’s no surprise, then, that fleet managers and operators have started to invest heavily in modern telematics systems, particularly video telematics, to protect their assets (both human and physical) while gaining a competitive advantage in their markets.
Numbers don’t lie…in fact, they’re truth-tellers. Fleet managers use telematics systems to make decisions based on factual data versus guesstimates. The information contains clues on how to make things better, faster and more affordable in every area, from operations and safety to customer service.