GIS Development and Implementation

Our team has a wide range of skills in collecting, converting, and evaluating spatial data for use in the GIS environment for the development and implementation of GIS. It gives us the ability to provide most suitable data for your specific GIS solution requirements and conduct an evaluation of current data and hardware/software configurations. We can also advise on data formatting and the interoperability of GIS datasets from different sources.

The data required for use in a typical GIS solution may include base mapping at different scales, aerial imagery, overlay data such as postcode boundaries or census data or client specific data relevant to the project.

Our team has excellent skills in designing and creating relational GIS databases. A good GIS mapping database requires a suitable data model. Our team can advise on, design, and implement relational GIS mapping databases.

Conversion of existing data includes database design and implementation, desktop application design and implementation, and web-based application design and implementation. By doing so, all client’s needs can be addressed using a comprehensive integration plan.

Data may require conversion into a more suitable or usable format for GIS use, because it might not always be available in its most suitable format. This task encompasses data capture from analogue maps into an accurate GIS database or conversion from other GIS formats. Our team can offer a full range of data collection and conversion services, such as: conversion of one vector format to another, conversion from one coordinate system to another, vector to raster or raster to vector conversion, conversion from image files to georeferenced imagery, data capture of features from existing resources (both textual and spatial), geocoding to convert street addresses into spatial locations etc.