Presents all of the above information into GIS platform such as QGIS and ArcGIS

What is GIS?

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) works by combining the spatial data together into a map so that stakeholders can make well-informed decisions before making a decision, especially when it comes to managing projects or assets
  • These would be used for local councils, urban and rural areas

How GIS operates

  • Users can overlay the layers of spatial data together which include roads, properties, networks, satellite imagery and others
  • It can also be used for terrain analysis, slope stability, groundwater analysis, photogrammetry survey with drone and network analysis


Tools and Infrastructure


Analyse mine operation data to examine the movement with cultural and environmental regulations


Logisitcs and Transport

Road networks are utilised with traffic reporting to improve route planning

Natural Disasters

Natural disasters such as landslips and floods can be analysed by using aerial imagery such as drones and satellite imagery

Property Development

Property Development

See if the properties are viable for new housing projects such as land zoning, transportation and education