GIS DAY 2019

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has revolutionalised many processes and enhanced procedures.

It is a system of organized data, a system of integrating people and processes and a system of Analytical functionalities.

This framework promotes visualization of Surface Occupation, Data Enrichment, Real time updates and Data Driven Solutions

Lets harness the power of GIS and spread the word on the value of this technological resource on this 2019 GIS day!

We live in a Data driven world

Everyone loves a visual story. A story that is presented with infographics, live feeds or dynamic maps. But do you know that the principles of a Geographic Information System provides just that.

With an array of Analytical tools and multi-views, GIS technology allows your once percieved ‘one dimensional’ databases to be transformed into a hub for Geo-intelligence. This transformation creates a common operating platform for any organization.

Therefore, when data is strategically modelled and managed effectively, enhanced visualization and collaboration occurs, which then promotes improvements to decision making and action planning.

Let’s recognize the vast potential of our datasets today.

Informing Safety Procedures

Identify‚Ķ Integrate… Inform..

Identifying the impact and spread of a hazardous event and then integrating this data with the business and safety principles of an organization will ultimately greatly inform the response and management of the event. GIS technology has produced numerous, multi-faceted Safety systems based on this Ideology for our ever dynamic world.

Spatial tools has enabled event mapping, tracking, impact analysis and predictive modelling to be simultaneously conducted in a real-time digital environment. Applications of these principles were highlighted at ESRI’s 2019 User conference (as shown in photo excerpts above).

Disaster response and preparedness is a critical component of the Safety procedures of any organization. Spatial statistics and trend mapping about an event, has resulted in improvements with the deployment of resources and the levels of impact. Therefore investing in the development of a Safety Information System with GIS technology will widely inform daily processes and enhance risk management.

Feel free to contact us to help you get started with developing a safety system today.

GIS – An Intelligence Tool for the Oil and Gas Industry

At LANMAC TT we have over twelve years experience developing data models and conducting spatial analysis relating assets within the Oil and Gas industry. Analyzing Surface occupation and the distribution of Infrastructure has provided information to determine areas of Potential Risk, Identify Routes, Calculate Royalties and support Project Management.

Spatial data development is the foundation for GIS in the energy Sector. An organization adopting spatial intelligence solutions will firstly have to engage in spatial mapping of its assets such as it’s Pipelines, Wells, Operational facilities, Land ownership and Exploration fields to name a few. The contents of these datasets will be then utilized in spatial queries to support Technical Operations, Finance Obligations and Progress Reporting.

Let us advance your company’s intelligence with GIS technology.

Get Online

We live in the digital era. Data is safety stored, shared, collected and manipulated via web platforms and Apps on mobile devices. Land Management and Spatial Analysis has been revolutionized through these resources.

One such digital resource is ESRI’s ArcGIS Online. ArcGIS Online allows an Organization to share Dynamic Maps, create WebApps, configure Operational Dashboards and develop Story Maps to promote Geo-Intelligence. Field data can be uploaded on site and tracking data or statistics can be generated on demand.

Lanmac TT can design an online service to meet the needs of your organization. This service will improve situational awareness, data collection and response mechanisms. Get Online today!

Analysis beyond Land..

Lanmac TT was conceptualized by professionals with decades of experience relating to Spatial Analysis and Land Information Systems development. However the principles and technology can be applied to much more that Land Management and Surface Occupation.

Did you know that G.I.S technology can be applied in the fields of Medicine, Transportation, Crime analysis, Epidemiology and Environmental Conservation, just to name a few.

Within the medical field for example, the outline of the human body can be considered the spatial extents and a disease or injury can be related to its location on the human body. Therefore analysis can be made using real time inputs and case comparisons can be enhanced.

Crime Analysis and Epidemiology involves analyzing patterns and trends and reporting on incident clusters. G.I.S has revolutionized these processes by providing an interface with an array of Analysis tools to promote multi-criteria queries and Dynamic Map outputs.

So while we work, lets look at the spatial component of processes and how enhancements can be made using the power of GIS.

Promoting Geo Intelligence

LANMAC TT is an organization specializing in G.I.S. Development and Land Management Services. We are located in Trinidad and Tobago and our expertise is in Information System Design, Data Modelling, Spatial Analytics, Risk Monitoring and Improving data dissemination channels.

Join us as we discuss ideas and share resources to promote enhanced Ge0 Intelligence.