For creation of routable maps for handheld navigation devices, the project objectives were as following: creation of base/detailed map; development of raster maps for higher-end models of handheld GPS units: referencing and calibration of custom raster maps with a very fine scanning resolution; maintenance of network topology; POI database update and maintenance.
Project objective was to create a new master plan and perform 3D city analysis for the City of Kharkov’s Department of Architecture and Urban Planning that incorporates urban indicators and identifies problematic areas for urban planning.
The second largest city in Ukraine wanted to create highly detailed 3D urban maps based on existing GIS and CAD data. They wanted to quickly and efficiently update their existing master plan of the city, analyze the urban environment, and identify urban planning challenges. The City did not have time or resources to conduct the analysis and detailed research required, which had to incorporate numerous town planning conditions, requirements, standards, and urban indicator calculations. They needed a reliable partner to create an accurate master plan and perform analysis of the urban environment.
The Client is one of the leading location-based data solution providers. To improve the accuracy of their software platform, the company needed to find highly elusive addresses and fill gaps in their location databases. The new information was to be integrated with the Client’s existing software services platform to help expand their business processes.
The Client needed to increase their database of verified, valid geographic locations and their addresses in Canada by over 80% in 8 months. They searched for a reliable partner with experience in collecting different types of data such as addressable objects, high precision coordinates, points of interests, and potential for flood and other hazards for all locations in Canada where addressable objects were a priority. The Client needed to get at least 100,000 addresses, but their team was severely hindered by slow access to data, because of manual access requirements on most websites. The project was complicated by the fact that the address search had to be done in two languages simultaneously, due to the bilingualism of the country, and as a result took a much longer time to complete. Facing severe data access problems and slow project completion times, the Client chose Intetics as their data collection partner to get fast and accurate project results.
Power lines require regular maintenance to ensure all structural elements are supported. This requires systematic servicing of power line components such as transmission lines and tangent towers among other things. These inspections include complex procedures designed to prevent premature degradation and destruction of power line parts. Furthermore, the company must ensure quality and timeliness of inspections to guarantee power line safety during servicing. To assess the condition of power lines and decide which lines need maintenance, the client chose to conduct a LiDAR survey using UAV. This was the quickest and cheapest option, compared to conducting a similar airborne LiDAR survey. The one drawback of this approach is that the UAV with LiDAR on board provides raw data. Therefore it requires specific, expensive software to process, highly qualified specialists and expertise in cloud of point analysis, 3D analysis, and GIS. Not having such expertise in-house, the energy company was looking for GIS specialists with LiDAR data analysis expertise to successfully use their survey data.
Project objective was to help a major GIS solutions provider build a data processing center to enhance their map-making capabilities in Eastern Europe.
The geospatial solutions provider already had data that covered a multitude of countries on all continents and faced growing demand, but they lacked data about the Eastern European region. To provide a full spectrum of geographic information to their users, the GIS provider needed to find a strategic partner in Eastern Europe able to set up an offshore center to process geographic data quickly and cost-effectively. The data processing center had to be completely dedicated to the client, and required competent and technically skilled staff to return a highly accurate product. It had to be fully secured to ensure data protection, and it had to be scalable to match the scope of each project.
A major regional provider of fiber optic cabling solutions needed to install new fiber optic cable in a recently constructed neighborhood to provide the benefits of modern connectivity to residents. Intetics’ client, which owns 40% of the Ukrainian cable television and broadband Internet market, is aggressively expanding its coverage into new areas. As it enters new neighborhoods and cities, the company frequently competes head-to-head with other cabling providers. As a result, it is critical for its installations to be done quickly, on time and with zero gaps in service to end -users -especially in Ukraine’s biggest cities.
In order to effectively compete with existing geospatial data providers, our client needed a GIS QA team to control, verify and manage the data output of other organizations. The increase of GIS use in environmental modeling and the availability of a variety of digital datasets raised concerns about the quality of end-products. Our client needed a partner capable of verifying and delivering proven, quality data. Their existing project used municipal source civic address maps that were converted to vector GIS files of address points, and utilized satellite imagery that enhanced positioning. These vector files required QA resources to fix problems where necessary. Despite the fact that our client is experienced in spatial analysis and geospatial data processing, they needed an extra set of resources to ensure integrity of their data and ongoing quality of their services.
In creating a specialized GIS of the flooded Ukrainian territories on the QGIS platform, it was necessary to shift the existing process from processing data using paper questionnaires to GIS processing.
Project objective was to help a cadaster agency update interactive land use maps for better land resources administration and management.
The client was dissatisfied with existing land use maps, but did not have the geo-expertise to improve the maps internally. They wanted to update the information contained in the interactive land distribution maps that are frequently used by farmers and land owners to monitor land use coverage. The client was looking for a partner to revise existing data and find latest land use and land cover data of a specific area without onsite investigation. They needed a partner able to analyze remote sensing data and satellite images, organize data, and map the results.
A major European construction consulting company needed to develop an electronic system for long-term scheduling of residential development. The client specialized in assisting their customers with choosing best locations for new buildings. The choice of suitable locations was based on a comprehensive analysis of urban development, using satellite images, ecological and social data, traffic information, and city master plans.
The municipality of the largest city in Ukraine wanted to develop a GIS application to automate and centralize the work of all municipal departments. They needed a cooperative partner with experience in GIS development, who understood the peculiarities of municipal economy. They wanted a desktop GIS application that supported offline synchronization and could search, edit and analyze data stored in the municipal GIS system. Also, the application had to be simple enough to be used by users without GIS software experience.
Project objective was to help the Kharkiv Department of Ecological Inspections develop and integrate a new mobile and web application to monitor legal violations and misuse of natural resources in a national park.
The “Slobozhanskiy” National Park is a 5,244 hectare area located in an industrialized region that requires constant monitoring for ecological violations. Until recently, 35 inspectors from the government agency recorded violations and other geospatial information on paper and then input the data at the office using desktop GIS solutions. The agency wanted to use latest technologies to simplify the monitoring process and decided to find a partner capable of end-to-end development of a new cross-platform geoapplication, functional in the field and at the office. The application had to have multiple levels of accessibility for government staff and other non-commercial and remote collaborators. It had to receive violation claims remotely and record their exact coordinates. It had to allow editing of related spatial information, such as location and condition of fences, buildings, roads etc. It had to track the status of violation claims, generate map reports with violation locations, and use various geospatial data resources using WMS, TMS and REST standards. Finally, the application had to be easily maintained, cost-effective and integrate with existing databases.
The main government organ in charge of road construction and management in Ukraine wanted to create efficient aerial view maps to help them manage important regional roads. They did not have the capacity to develop these maps internally and were looking for a partner capable of creating highly detailed orthophoto-based maps and integrating them with CAD (Computer-Aided Design) systems. Specifically, they wanted a photogrammetry team to process high resolution aerial photo images obtained from an external source, organize spatial data, and perform stereophotogrammetry mapping (piecing multiple aerial view images together). The goal was to create high quality and highly detailed ortho-based maps (scale 1:500) that covered a 25 sq km area and documented features normally found on topographic maps, such as vegetation, water ways, roads, and other man-made and natural features.
Project objective was to source and clean geospatial data and create a map of parks and recreation areas in major US cities, which will enrich the provider’s app, enabling users to make better location decisions.
The client produces detailed hyper-local analyses and informative visuals using urban analytics. Their product is an application that makes location-based decisions, such as property investment or new store location, quicker and easier. The client’s main focus is software development and algorithmization, but this project involved atypical tasks for them: collecting different types of spatial and non-spatial data from a variety of open sources and processing them to create consistent and accurate maps. While part of the data could be taken from open public sources and licensed, some data had to first be collected and structured appropriately.
The Danube Biosphere Reserve, one of the leading organizations focused on preserving animal and plant life around the river Danube, needed focused GIS training. The training would ideally have to be tailored for a specific group of experts in the natural and environmental protection field.
The Reserve is one of the largest wetlands consisting of reed beds, water channels, numerous lakes, flooded forests and remnants of steppes. It has a total area of 4,180 km2, an area which needs to be managed and preserved strategically. One of the best ways for the Reserve to continue their preservation work is to leverage latest IT systems, including integration of GIS technologies.
The Reserve had a staff of scientists and researchers, but they wanted to improve their staff’s understanding GIS technologies and provide tools for them to use these technologies in their daily work. They were looking for a technological partner who would teach them about GIS, so they could develop, implement and monitor the Reserve’s territory using the latest technology.
The municipality needed GIS_for_local_Government_ENa unified and effective system to better manage its multiple departments and services. The municipality wanted to create a system that would unify management of spatial data, synchronize department operations, and allow easy sharing among municipal personnel. Finally, they wanted the app to be publishable and viewable online so municipal residents could access the information. The end-user experience had to be intuitive and adaptable to the user’s software and hardware requirements.
The municipality needed a unified municipal system that would integrate GIS into its daily operations, such as planning and management of major city departments, establish standard format for municipal geospatial data and share geospatial data with the city’s other departments, agencies and citizens.
The municipality is one of the biggest government structures in the client’s country and includes 27 departments with over 15,000 employees that provide over 100 services for city residents. The municipality needed a new platform that would allow the departments to collaborate and work together in an effective way. The platform had to enable high performance, accuracy and security, without interruption, as mistakes and delays were time consuming and costly.
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