Geoinformation

Geoinformation industry is a high-tech service industry based on contemporary surveying and mapping, remote sensing, satellite navigation and positioning technologies.

Geoinformation is now a global industry; and with the wide adoption of the Internet technology, and emerging trends such as Big Data Analytics, the business is soaring. Furthermore, most countries are taking advantage of the advancing technologies to implement Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs). An SDI can be defined as “the relevant base collection of technologies, policies and institutional arrangements that facilitate the availability of and access to spatial data. SDIs are large scale IT systems (at national or regional levels) facilitating access to spatial data by a wide audience, including the citizenry.

In several countries, the rate of adoption of geoportals has increased significantly, and especially from 2012, the expansion has accelerated. Over the past ten years, most companies (and even nations) have realised the value that geoinformation has to the social, cultural, environmental and economic betterment. Research shows that over 80% of information used by Governments (local, national, regional, global) for planning and decision making world-wide has a spatial component, signifying the potential in this industry.

As the demand for geoinformation services continues to grow at exponential rates, Geoeng Systems has strategically positioned itself to take advantage of the growth, and to offer the best research and consultancy services to our esteemed customers.

We carry out consultancy in a range of Geoinformation services, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Surveying and Mapping, Spatial Data Infrastructure, Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, Geospatial enabled or linked ERP (GeoERP), among others. Given that the Geoinformation sector is witnessing tremendous change, our multi-disciplinary is able to handle any project.

Some of the services we carry out in this respect are:

Surveying and Mapping,
Geographic Information Systems (GIS),
Geomatics & Geoinformatics,
Geospatial enabled or linked Enterprise Resource Planning (Geo-ERP),
Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI),
Free & Open Source Software for Geospatial Applications (FOSSGIS),
Training & Capacity Building.

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