GIS and ICT Services

Through services in the field of GIS and ICT, we offer our clients complete solutions and customized applications developed for their needs.

The development of information and communication technologies is a necessity for modern business, which increasingly relies on the digitalization of processes and the digital transformation of business.

Our main task is to enable and ensure better management of assets and other resources. Accordingly, we provide our clients with expert advice in the planning and implementation of GIS systems, and through ICT, we create IT business solutions and software applications which greatly facilitate the inventory and optimization of business processes.

Geographic information system (GIS), simplified, is a system for managing spatial data and their properties. It allows the user to edit and analyze spatial information in order to draw accurate conclusions and create optimal solutions. Information and data are visualized in GIS in a clear and concise way using smart maps, giving geographic information a clear visual component. Alphanumeric data thus becomes easier to understand and solutions more readable.

In technical terms, GIS is a computer system capable of integrating, storing, editing, analysing and displaying geographic information. This information and its attributes are stored in databases from which, based on the characteristics of spatial objects, i.e. entities, the interdependencies of individual data layers can be seen. This spatial analysis is designed to provide answers to location, topological and simulation questions related to the set task.

How can GIS help you in your daily work?

This system can be applied to an extremely wide range of activities—GIS is useful wherever there is a spatial component that needs to be calculated. That is why we offer our clients a range of different and comprehensive services in the field of GIS. For example: If you want to expand a city district and add new content, GIS will help you plan the layout of new facilities and road infrastructure in a visually clear way to support increased traffic volumes. Furthermore, if, for example, a neighbourhood council expects feedback on a development plan, displaying data on a map (parks, schools, housing, and roads) can help residents understand how those plans will affect their lives and environment.

What are the advantages of GIS for users?
  • Efficient management of resources (property, information and human resources)
  • Saves time and resources through workflow optimization
  • Improves communication among stakeholders
  • Optimizes routes for transport, passenger or delivery vehicles
  • Clearly presents spatial data
  • Estimating future operating costs
  • Streamlining of initial costs
  • Business growth potential

GIS and ICT services

    • Consulting
      • project planning
      • development of system architecture
      • database design and optimization
      • preparation of technical documentation
    • Project supervision
      • IT project monitoring services
    • Data processing
      • data conversion between different formats
      • Extract-Transform-Load procedure
      • geocoding of addresses
    • Data analysis
      • geostatistical analysis
      • NDVI
      • multi-criteria GIS analysis
      • routing
    • Cartography