Geographic Information Services
Applications for businesses, non-profits and economic development agencies to locate, analyze and visualize data from a geographic perspective. Anyone with a customer database can generate travel-time distances and analyze underlying demographic data for relationships.
Plan routes for snowplows, school buses and any other type of fleet to maximize fuel efficiency and time.
The earliest maps from ~2300 BC were clay tablets depicting property ownership in the fertile crescent. Land records are as valuable today as they have ever been and with GIS data you can see past and present aerial photographs, soil types, geology, forest canopy and more. For landholders of any size property, our products can provide you with essential information to make informed decisions.
We can help your community by providing information on fire department service areas, hospital access and infrastructure inventory.
Any data with a geographic component (eg. address file) can be mapped, analyzed for patterns and compared to other data sets.