GIS (Geographic Information System)

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GIS (Geographic Information System)

ILF pro­vi­des the fol­lowing GIS services:

Spatial Analyses

GIS can cer­tain­ly be used to quick­ly pro­du­ce maps and drawings, but what dis­tin­guis­hes GIS from other pro­grams is the abi­li­ty to per­form spa­ti­al ana­ly­ses. ILF has deve­lo­ped sta­te-of-the-art app­li­ca­ti­ons for spa­ti­al ana­ly­ses in the fol­lowing areas:

  • Cor­ri­dor ana­ly­ses for all kinds of line­ar infra­st­ruc­tu­re pro­jects, e.g. oil and gas pipe­lines, road and rail­way con­nec­tions, high-vol­ta­ge power lines, etc.
  • Hydro­power poten­ti­al stu­dies for dif­fe­rent types of hydroelectric power plants
    o    Run-of-river plants
    o    Sto­rage plants
    o    Pum­ped sto­rage plants
  • Solar power poten­ti­al studies
  • Topo­gra­phic ana­ly­ses
    o    Visi­bi­li­ty ana­ly­sis (line of sight / sky­line)
    o    Aspect / slo­pe
    o    Waters­heds / catch­ment are­as / flow direction

GIS Support for Major Projects

  • Geo­da­ta acqui­si­ti­on and pro­ces­sing
    o    Ortho­pho­tos
    o    Ele­va­ti­on data
    o    Aut­ho­ri­ty data
  • Geo­da­ta manage­ment
    o    Cen­tral geo­da­ta­ba­se (GDB)
    o    Struc­tu­red data manage­ment
    o    Effi­ci­ent meta­da­ta hand­ling
    o    Big data (ortho­pho­tos, LiDAR)
  • Genera­ti­on of maps and drawings
    o    Rou­te maps
    o    Align­ment she­ets
    o    Detail­ed maps
    o    Typi­cal drawings
    o    Plan­ning records with hund­reds of maps

WebGIS

ILF advo­ca­tes web hos­ting for major pro­jects in order to allow all aut­ho­ri­zed pro­ject part­ners to simul­ta­ne­ous­ly access all avail­ab­le infor­ma­ti­on. Share­Point ser­ves as docu­ment and infor­ma­ti­on exchan­ge plat­form and ESRI based Web­GIS tech­no­lo­gy pro­vi­des the spa­ti­al data. All rele­vant exis­ting and gene­ra­ted geo­da­ta are publis­hed on Web­GIS and can be acces­sed by aut­ho­ri­zed users, who are assi­gned spe­ci­fic user rights depen­ding on their func­tion in the project.

Using Web­GIS offers many advantages:

  • Quick and easy access to pro­ject geodata
  • Simp­le access via Inter­net Browser
  • Con­sis­tent use of cur­rent data for all pro­ject par­ties to mini­mi­ze incon­sis­ten­ci­es in projects
  • Easy com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on bet­ween pro­ject par­ti­ci­pants working at dif­fe­rent locations
  • Con­sis­tent QA/QC processes
  • Effec­ti­ve tools for mea­su­ring, prin­ting, and per­forming attri­bu­te que­ries, etc. avail­ab­le to all users
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