We provide you with the spatial context for the design, planning and management of critical infrastructure. This allows you to get a detailed overview of the natural and built environment. If the infrastructure is already in place, our Infrastructure Precision Tool becomes a key tool in asset management. By adding Contour Lines to your aerial pictures it is possible to visualize height differences for an optimal infrastructure construction. When you are designing your plantation it is essential to know the surroundings, the borders of the field and what is located around these borders. In one overview you can see all the buildings, roads and waterways, in and around your field. This helps you to see and analyze village growth and potential illegal constructions.
With this piece of information you can measure land use change and forthcoming economic activities. Areas and features can be mapped as frequent as requested. For instance, it is possible to show how river flow changes throughout the year, and how the timing of maximum flow changes based on geographic region.
Least - cost path analysis determines the most cost-effective route. Cost can be a function of time, distance or other criteria, this can be defined by you. The most cost-effective route was defined as the optimal transportation alignment, accounting for soils, slope and other constraints. This least-cost path analysis is not solely used for the construction of roads. For example, you can use least-cost path analysis to find the cheapest route for building a pipeline or the quickest way to a set of observation points.