Geospatial Data Management
We perceive Geospatial data (also known as spatial data or geographic data) as any data or information that identifies the absolute and relative geographic location and attributes (non-locational information) of, and relationships among, natural or constructed features and boundaries on the Earth, typically represented by points, lines, polygons, and/or complex geographic features, regardless of its form or medium, which is or has been electronically generated by, transmitted via, received by, processed by, or represented in a GIS resource. We undertake Geospatial data management as a business function of planning for, controlling and delivering geospatial data assets that includes the disciplines of development, execution, and supervision of plans, policies, programmes, projects, processes, practices and procedures that control, protect, deliver, and enhance the value of geospatial data assets to our clients.
Geospatial Information Management
We plan for, control and deliver geospatial information assets that include the disciplines of development, execution and supervision of plans, policies, programmes, projects, processes, practices and procedures that control, protect, deliver, and enhance the value of geospatial data and information assets.
Improve the coordination, integration, flexibility, adaptability, and cost-effectiveness of geospatial data and information activitiesWe can help you:
- Protect the needs of geospatial data and information stakeholders.
- Build standards and repeatable processes and ensure transparency of processes.
- Reduce costs and operational friction and increase effectiveness through coordination of efforts and better decision-making.