Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems

A Geographic Information System (GIS) integrates hardware and software, in the capture, management and analysis of data of a spatial nature, resulting in several forms of georeferenced information. A GIS allows us to visualize, interpret, understand and question data in ways that reveal relationships, patterns and trends in the environment, through the use of maps, globes, reports, charts and graphics. By extension, this versatility allows GIS solutions to be integrated into the framework of any company information system.

  • ​Reduce cost and increased efficiency
    • GIS can help in optimizing maintenance schedules and the daily movement of fleets:
    • Reduction of necessary quantities of fuel;
    • Reduced staff time spent for performing tasks;
    • Improvement of Customer Support;
    • More efficient schedules;
  • Improved decision-making
    • Selection of locations in real estate businesses;
    • Selection of optimal routes;
    • Planning for evacuations;
    • Conservation and extraction of natural resources;
  • Improvement in Communication
    GIS-based maps (and their respective views) help to understand certain situations. It is a language that improves communication between different teams, departments, disciplines, professional fields, organizations and the general public.
  • Improvement of Recordkeeping
    Many organizations are responsible for managing records with a clear relation between changes in geography and human activities. A GIS provides a powerful framework for maintaining these registries, supported by transactional data, specific tools and reports.
  • Management of the Geographical Space
    Complex information systems are essential in understanding the changes that occur in geographic space, allowing us to understand and prescribe effective and corrective actions.