EnviMatix Solutions Inc.

How can you benefit our services?

EnviMatix Solutions Inc. offers many geospatial solutions which are increasingly becoming popular among corporates and organizations involved in various sectors. Geospatial technology and tools are successfully used by many organizations to save money, time, and man-power. Be one of them!
Given below are some examples as to how our geospatial solutions and services can be useful in the various sectors!

 

Natural resource exploration & management (forestry, oil & mining)

Geospatial technologies can aid in natural resource inventory, mapping, resource management and planning, and resource policy development.
i) Classification of satellite imagery can be used for mapping landuse-landcover, forest type and forest stand delineation, habitat mapping, watershed mapping, yield prediction and modeling, mapping pollution and modeling effects of contamination to ecosystems.
ii) Image classification (either digital or paper-based) and image interpretation can be used for natural resource exploration and mapping in the oil and mineral mining sectors.
iii) Advanced image classification techniques such as Spectral Angle Mapper (SAM) together with spectral mixture analysis (SMA) and spectral matching can be used to identify the presence of minerals (mineral prospecting and inventory).
iv) Change detection analysis can be used to study landuse-landcover changes (due to harvesting of resources, depletion of natural resources, contamination to water and soil by pollutants, etc.), various natural- and human-disturbances, spread of invasive species, loss due to natural calamities etc.
v) Oil and mining sectors will find geospatial data and analysis useful for laying out their infrastructure (laying pipes and wells).

 

Agriculture

i) Remote sensing of agricultural fields can be used for monitoring crop growth, crop management, and yield-prediction. Crop acreage and production estimation, cropping pattern/system analysis, crop condition assessment, crop inventorying, etc.
ii) Remote sensing can be used for estimation, cost-effective, and precise application of agricultural inputs (such as water and chemicals) on cropped areas (precision farming).
iii) Farmers can use results from change detection analysis to estimate crop loss due to pests, diseases, or those arising from natural calamities to claim crop insurance benefits (crop damage assessment), or for future cropping seasons.
iv) Terrain analysis and remote sensing can be used to estimate soil and water erosion in cropped lands. GIS analysis and analysis of the terrain (through digital elevation models) can offer solutions to minimize losses due to erosion and flash flooding.

 

Urban planning & real estate

i) Entrepreneurs can use geospatial datasets and satellite imagery together with multi-criteria analysis in a GIS to find the best location for starting a consumer service-point (e.g. restaurant, coffee shops, ATM's, etc.). Neighborhood analysis can give an idea of the type of commercial establishments around points of interest.
ii) Urban planners can use geospatial data for performing inventories and management of infrastructure. Route analysis and network analysis can be used for traffic management, fleet management, and reducing operating costs (by estimating shortest route or shortest time in networks).
iii) Buffer analysis can give insight into how infrastructure building activities such as road building, expansion of highways, laying pipes etc. can affect or influence wetlands or plant- or animal-habitat adjoining them.

 

Environmental management

Geospatial visualization is becoming an integral part of ecological modelling, site selection, terrain mapping, and environmental impact assessment. Surface draping of satellite imagery over digital elevation models (DEM) together with 3D visualization, fly-throughs, terrain and viewshed analysis can help to identify the easiness of accessing resources or sampling locations, wetland characterization, environmental impact and remediation planning, habitat and ecosystem restoration, visual impact monitoring and assessment, water resource mangement, and waste management.

 

Local-level planning & community adaptation

Geospatial data layers can be shared over the internet using map servers with remote clients or offices. The information obtained from geoprocessing can be conveyed to stakeholders and policy makers through maps or geo-visualization tools (such as Google Earth and NASA World Wind) to enable them to make better, informed decisions. Web GIS can be used for developing participatory approaches to local-level planning and communication management. Web GIS can be used as interactive platforms for spatial learning, discussion, exchange of information, analysis, decision-making and advocacy. It promotes interactive participation of stakeholders in generating and managing spatial information to facilitate broadly-based decision-making processes that support effective communication and community advocacy.

 

In addition to these, many other sectors will also find our services useful! Contact us today as to know how we can help you save your money and time!

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