Geographic Information System (GIS)

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer system capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information, data identified according to their locations.

Why use GIS? - GIS helps us to visualize, analyze and interpret data to aid us in planning and decision making. It integrates and relates graphical features with tabular data to reveal patterns or relationships concerning an area.

One application of GIS, is the use of GPS devices to locate mobile workers or staff of a company. Thru GIS, we can combine the location of mobile workers, located in real-time by GPS devices in relation to customers’ homes, located by address and derived from the company’s customer database.

We map this data, giving dispatchers a visual tool to plan the best routes for mobile staff or send the closest worker to a customer. This would save you tremendous time and money. Rather than you working hard to understand your data, we put your data to work for you.

We have been using this to give solution to any spatial (location) data and information management problem in areas of Land Use Planning, Facilities Management, Market Analysis, Regional and Urban Development Plan, Management Information System Consultancy, System Integration and Computer-Based Mapping. We can provide you with powerful information—not just how things are, but how they will be in the future based on changes you apply.