We support decision-making processes thanks to the use of the GIS tools
SPATIAL DATA COLLECTION
We collect and process the data from various sources (both private and governmental) into digital form. We give them a georeference and convert them to the required formats. We also obtain and verify the widely accessible spatial data made available by the governmental institutions as well as private companies.
DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING AND MANAGING SPATIAL DATABASES
We design spatial databases and adapt their type and their environment from the very beginning to the needs of the end-user. We base our solutions both on the OpenSource and commercial databases.
Spatial data sharing
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ANALYSIS OF GEOSTATIC SPACIAL DATA
We analyse the spatial data with a statistical angle in mind and draw conclusions, which result from these analyses.
GEOVISUALISATION OF SPATIAL DATA
We create maps, charts, and reports on the basis of the results of spatial analyses, spatial data and the tabular data assigned to them. Our mapping products might have the 2D or 3D form, which increases their legibility and strengthens the message of the presented information content.
MODELLING OF NATURAL (E.G. FLOODS, LANDSLIDES) AND AGRICULTURAL PHENOMENA (CHOICE OF THE BEST LOCATION)
We make use of controlled and commonly used mathematical and physical models mirroring the course of the extreme phenomena like floods or landslides. These models are based on the spatial data (layers, which might amount to a dozen or more, and the parameters of which might also change in both the spatial and the time scale), which allows us to obtain much better results of the analyses than when making use of just single-dimension models based on only one or two introductory parameters. Spatial data allows us to perform analyses based on the range interaction, which enables us to carry out the proximity analyses and indicate the optimal travel routes. Our solutions find use in the choice of location for the construction of e.g. stores and in drawing optimal travel routes for the employees of transport companies.
VISUALISATION AND ANIMATION OF SPATIAL DATA IN 2D AND 3D
The results of the obtained analyses might be presented in the form of traditional maps (the description above) or appear in the shape of dynamic animations. Animations have a great way of presenting the spatial phenomena, which quickly change in time. In their utilisation, we have an easier time understanding the process that is taking place and we are able to foresee its course in the future.
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GEO SURVIVAL PROCEDURES
The analysis of the spatial data is a sequence of the processes compressed with one another, which eventually produce the effect we desire. For it to be credible, the processes used in it need to be appropriately selected and described. In order to achieve that, we make use of the tools and geo-IT functions available in the majority of GIS programs, both commercial and OpenSource.
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DEDICATED GEO-IT TOOLS
In order to cater to the needs of our clients, we create dedicated tools, which increase the functionality of the GIS software it possesses. Our tools are characterised by a user-friendly interface and efficiency, which is essential taking into account the number and the size of the spatial data at present.
DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING AND MANAGING WEB-GIS APPS
To cater to the needs of our clients, we design and create dedicated WEB-GIS apps, which enable spatial data sharing in the form of an interactive map. Depending on one’s needs, such a portal may be created and implemented for the client or hosted by our company.
TRAINING IN MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF GIS SYSTEMS
We offer training in the use of GIS programs, both commercial and OpenSource. We offer them within our premises or at the client’s. The training program is adapted to the particular industry in which it operates. We show how GIS may be used in one’s work. We offer content-related support in the implementation of the GIS systems in research and in practice. The issuing of opinions on the GIS usage.