By combining leading-edge technology with a deep understanding of surveyors’ workflows, data integration and maintenance across the lifecycle of projects, we provide increased productivity and improved workflows for field data collection with enhanced collaboration capabilities between the field and office.
Topographic surveys are typically carried out when an area is being assessed for new construction or the addition of new development. The survey is invaluable for showing what the land looks like now, and how it will impact design and construction.
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) is computerized cartography, which is used to create, edit, store and retrieve, update, manipulate and display geographically referenced digital data. Through the use of a GIS, common mapping features such as roadways and water mains can be linked with associated tabular attributes and viewed graphically on a map.