Geo Spatial

Dependable location-based solutions, enhancing spatial awareness and planning

Geo-spatial Information Systems (GIS)

GIS incorporates location data into your existing data systems and analyses. QGIS, PostGIS, Google Maps, Google Earth, Shapefiles, KML, and other key tools are commonly leveraged to deliver GIS needs.

We utilize GIS to enable location-based analyses and visualizations like identifying foot traffic hotspots, gauging the desirability of a location for a particular purpose, and associating GPS signals to transport routes. This enables our clients to gain spatial awareness of their data and improve location-based businesses like public transportation, multi-branch franchises, or land development.

With GIS we help government and urban planners organize their geospatial data such as those pertaining to land use, population, and geography.

See one of our GIS analysis for here.

Public Transportation Mapping with GTFS

Improving the operations of a transport fleet requires empirical data to make effective decisions. Mapping public transport systems require more than just knowing where along the road the vehicles travel but also their fares, stops, time tables, accessibility, etc. One such data format that encapsulates the data model needed for public transport is GTFS, a recognized standard used by Google and the US Department of Transportation, as well as advocated by the World Bank, to name a few.

We have proven expertise and tooling for using this data to enable analysis across the mobility network, as well as coordinating with government to quickly respond to disruptions and disseminate information to their stakeholders, empowering them with maps, route editors, and live GPS tracking.