GIS & Cartography

Geodata provides GIS Services, GIS Remote Sensing services, GIS Mapping services, and GIS Data conversions Services. Our GIS services allow for the visualization of geographic data, analysis of spatial relationships, and efficient data management. GIS data conversions allow data from different sources to be merged in one common format, which allows for easy access, analysis and utilization. Based on paper or electronic data either captured by our customers or otherwise collected, GEODATA undertakes GIS data conversions and prepares electronic maps using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology

By integrating GIS, Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS), using high-end GIS Mapping and GIS data conversions softwares, our GIS Services assist our customers in producing maps including contour maps, spatial maps, atlas maps, cadastral maps, thematic and zonal maps, landscape maps, environmental maps for host industries such as mining, utility sector, agriculture, petroleum pipelines, town planning, and other GIS Mapping companies and GIS Remote Sensing companies

GEODATA provides GIS services with a comprehensive solution for spatial data management to government and industrial organizations through comprehensive GIS remote sensing services. Our complex GIS Mapping Services and GIS Remote Sensing services includes capturing, storing, integrating, manipulating, analyzing, and displaying data related to positions on the Earth's surface

  • GIS Services Management and Maintenance
  • Map Production and Analysis (specialized for GIS Mapping Agencies also)
  • Database Design and Development
  • GIS Applications Development (GIS Mapping and GIS Remote Sensing)
  • GIS Mapping User Training and Support
  • 3D Modeling and Visualization for GIS Mapping Products and GIS Remote Sensing Products
  • Property development organizations for community and infrastructure management
  • Survey organization for maintaining national digital land database
  • Telecom companies for planning and engineering network facilities
  • Municipalities for managing land parcels and designing urban and regional development plans
  • Oil companies for the mapping and management of offshore platforms and pipelines
  • Petroleum companies for health, safety, and environmental applications
  • Utility companies for managing electricity, water, gas, and sewer facilities
  • Consulting engineering firms for hydrological modeling and sewerage planning
  • Geological survey organization for ground water assessment
  • National agency for environmental research and wildlife development