GIS / Mapping

Maps change our perspective

Maps have always helped people find things and communicate to show others how to find the same. By coupling dynamic maps with data analytics and visualization they can do so much more.  This is what makes GIS so powerful. The map becomes the interface that enables users to understand complex situations and lead them to better decisions. It allows for the consumption of information that has a scale larger than words can convey.

right of way map

GIS systems can record and store geographic, spatial or location information in maps along with other associated data. Analysis of spatial distribution and patterns can simplify complex problems, bring insight, fuel discovery, add context, create conversations, tell better stories and can help identify spatial or temporal trends. Maps, including dynamic and interactive maps are a visual representation of data. They present information and communicate findings, allow for sharing data or statistics in a quickly understood way, and simplify communication of situations, problems or solutions.

Communication and visualization lead to better decision making. They serve as a catalyst for insight and collaboration, process automation, better managing of operations, and process workflows, resulting in savings to budgets.

Using the latest in GIS technology will allow your project to be successful. The meteoric rise in the use of GIS for project based decisions has allowed budgets to be met, timeframes to be satisfied, and presentations to be smoother and more effective.

Contact us to see how we can enhance your project with GIS.

Jefferson L. Searle, PLS
GIS Manager