Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is an information technology increasingly used in public policymaking, particularly for urban and environmental planning. We create data with the analysis tools to provide a better understanding of how elements of natural communities interact across a landscape. Accurate information about the local landscape is critical to making decisions about what to protect and how to protect it. Implementing GIS presents a unique set of challenges. Even the most well-funded projects can fail because of poor planning.
We have experience in using GIS technologies for decision making in following areas:
- Environmental.Planning Applications
- Forestry and Land Management.
- Urban Environmental Management
- Watershed Management
We are capable of quickly organizing the types of resources specific to your needs and identify the project teams.