A Geographic Information System is one which collects, stores, analyses, manipulates and displays spatial information data. This data can be presented in a number of formats ranging from a map showing differing graphical features and their relationships, through to as a database stored with data associated with those graphical features. More specifically, a GIS can combine data from two or more databases to be further analysed and manipulated, ideal for comparing geographical factors.
On-site Data Collection
Using the latest Trimble Total Station and GPS receivers featuring RTX technology, we can log the GPS co-ordinates of assets for display within a GIS (Global Information System). Processed using our field computer software, our field technicians can swiftly and comprehensively record the required data. The nature of the systems also allows for further data to be added including visual observations and attribute types alongside the measured collected date and stored into a corresponding order regarding the individual asset. Our bespoke software, enables us to create an efficient GIS solution tailored specifically to your project requirements.
Our dedicated data analysists have vast experience in the handling and interpretation of complex datasets. We make sense of the data and aim to deliver a simplified model that helps engage all interested parties in its understanding. We are able to re-present the data in a format suited to each client’s specific requirements.