Our digital administrative boundaries help you to display and analyze spatial areas on a map. They can easily be customized and attributed with the internal data of the company (e.g. Network plan data, Sales figures, sales areas) or Socio-demographic data and Purchasing Power data from us. Administrative boundaries are an essential tool for all businesses today as a seamless collection of spatial data that enables cross-border analysis across valid area boundaries are needed for the accurate analysis of a site or business location. Our administrative boundaries provide valuable and strategic inputs into targeted marketing campaigns and help in the realization of targets.
We provide over 40 layers of vector data to use in your planning applications. This highly detailed, multi-featured vector dataset is ideal for usage in a range of geospatial applications. Our digital maps provide a real-world display and is detailed enough to be able to provide a flexible, multipurpose foundation for critical business usage. We will provide our customers with detailed spatial information by displaying them simple maps of locations, facilities and assets, and help you to make tailor made solutions for them at an affordable rate.
We provide high-resolution raster images. It helps in case of site selection analysis by using elevation value. This information can be used to determine the fire spread potential for landslides and other hazards. It also helps to define the flood risk area and determine the accessibility. The effective use of elevation information can reveal physical conditions on the ground that may increase or decrease the chance of a property being affected by natural disasters like floods or landslides.
We can also help to provide location intelligence about the impact of environmental factors like rainfall, flood, forest fires through our GIS enabled maps and databases to get real time information about the disaster affected areas. For example, we can use our services to get data about a house or location from a flooded zone. We classify the flood risk data sets into different groups according to the extent of the areas affected while trying to get information about the area to locate the buildings and areas which fall within that specific flood zone. Typically, flood determination is performed in two ways. Either parcels are tested to determine whether that particular building parcel intersects a flood zone, or we use a geocode (street level, postcode level, parcel centroid) as a testing point to get an approximate idea about the location of the building
The classified data helps in the creation of models for a particular area. Some of the standard classifications include: sea, inland water, open land, forest/woodland, park, villages, buildings, building blocks, dense building blocks, residential, industrial and commercial, mean urban, open in urban, dense urban and dense urban high.