Topographic Mapping

Topographic mapping services helps in route planning, thematic data preparation, and decision-making for telecom and transport services and disaster management. The 3D topographic maps cover an area of approximately thousands of square kilometres and therefor require experienced expertise.


Survey has played an important role in collecting data from areas that don’t have updated maps. Survey maps also play a crucial role in ground truthing the concerned area for creation of accurate land information maps. These maps also assists companies in understanding the market trends, land information for real estate, architecture, mining and utilities industries. These maps bring about a multi-dimensional perspective for making informed decisions.


Navigation mapping assists the navigation content providers using GIS, GPS, and Remote sensing technologies instead of traditional method of manual assimilation of data for generation of navigation content. The accuracy of the new technology ensures creation of flawless maps. The rampant increase in the number of people who use computerised navigational services for everyday use. This trend has led to the development of new and innovative geodata content services and products.

Cadastral Mapping

Cadastral mapping is a comprehensive register of the details related to the property of an area. These details include the precise location, dimensions, and other geographical classifications of the properties or individual parcels of land. The maps generated using cadastral mapping services help in effective management of public land records. National and local governmental bodies, architecture and engineering firms, real estate developers, industries can uses the cadastral mapping services for making well informed decisions. Cadastral mapping services also enable to user to study additional details, such as survey district names, unique identifying numbers for parcels, certificate of title numbers, positions of existing structures, section or lot numbers and their respective areas, adjoining street names, selected boundary dimensions and references to prior maps.

Time Series & Change Detection Analysis

Land use and cover is constantly changing but detecting these changes in areas such as agriculture or forestry can be complex. By adding a temporal variable to spatial data analysis, we can undertake time series analysis of remote sensing data, including MODIS, Landsat & Sentinel, to identify and monitor changes to the landscape that occur over time.

Feature Extraction & Mapping Outputs

Extracting meaningful features & attributes from complex remote sensing EO datasets. We are experienced in the manipulation of complex datasets & the creation of secondary mapping outputs and datasets that are easy to interpret & understand. By making EO & RS data useful and available for mainstream consumption in GIS, reports and web services, we can help to deliver fresh insights that support strategic business decisions.

Pre & Post Processing of Imagery

Generating insightful information from raw data requires certain pre & post-processing practices to be undertaken. Using various complex optical & SAR image processing services, we can produce intelligent information that supports strategic business decisions.

DEMs & Associated Products

Digital Elevation Models (DEM) allows for the identification & classification of features, as well as the extraction of height data. DEMs can be represented as Digital Surface Models (DSM) & Digital Terrain Models (DTM) & allow for the creation of hill-shade, slope & aspect products. By combining these with standard imagery, we can extract information & identify features on the landscape which could easily have been missed.

Orthorectification of Imagery

Orthorectification of high-resolution imagery is used to guarantee their positional accuracy. Using datasets such as WorldView & GeoEye, we can take positionally inaccurate raw remote sensing data & correct it to ensure each pixel corresponds to its exact location on the Earth’s surface.