Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Our certified GIS professionals work with public agencies and private clients to design and implement systems that turn geospatial data into valuable information for making timely, informed decisions on environmental, natural resource management, and infrastructure projects.
From Field to Screen
Our GIS professionals provide an array of services, from GPS data capture, high-end analysis, and modeling, to complex application development with legacy database integration to help you achieve your project or program goals. We offer an integrated GIS approach to assist our field data collection through an internally developed mobile platform that enables “live” data transfer to our network, as well as a “dashboard” for data management, planning, work tracking, and budgeting.
Custom Data Tools
Our application developers enhance existing and create new web and mobile applications. We have created hundreds of web GIS applications for data interaction, analysis, and data manipulation. Our client systems include easy-to-use analytical tools, allowing non-GIS staffers to perform a variety of tasks.
What We Do
Our multidisciplinary in-house specialties allow us to provide efficiencies that maintain project momentum.
- Database management and design
- Data analysis and modeling
- Desktop and Mobile application development
- Emergency preparedness and homeland security
- Remote sensing/LIDAR
- Utilities/Asset management
Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan
Four agencies undertook a collaborative planning effort to facilitate renewable energy development across California deserts while conserving natural resources and uses.
Tejon Mountain Village Planned Development
Tejon Mountain Village is a proposed 5,082-acre master-planned residential, commercial, and recreational development within the 270,000 acres.
High-Speed Rail is California’s first high-speed transportation project, and will include 24 stations, running from Sacramento to San Diego at speeds of 200+ miles per hour.