Some of our GIS visualisation projects, products and services are shown below.
GIS4BUSINESS developed an automated import process using FME to load 3D point data representing various monitoring equipment, in use on a section of the Crossrail engineering project, from an excel file into a template AutoCAD DWG file.
GIS4BUSINESS worked closely with eflorist to design and develop a web-based mapping application to enable franchised retail outlets to map their delivery areas, postcodes and rates and to gain greater insight into their network.
Solving network related problems can be complex, such as finding the fastest route between locations, calculating service areas or tracing connected assets. GIS provides answers to these network analysis problems and can communicate the results in a compelling way through maps.
Many geographical business decisions are based on multiple factors. For example, the optimum location for a new site may depend on the density of customers, distance from competitors and the current land use. One of the key benefits of GIS is their ability to integrate, analyse and overlay different spatial datasets to facilitate informed decision-making.
Using specialist GIS software, GIS4BUSINESS can produce well-designed, professional maps and reports. We can produce single site plan, a whole series of maps, or a report that provides answers to complex spatial problems. We can also deliver maps and reports in digital format or as an interactive web map.