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 needed to rapidly develop a custom geo-enabled software application that would help derive business intelligence data. They wanted a cooperative partner with extensive experience in the development of complex GIS applications and chose Intetics for its GIS expertise and outstanding project collaboration ability. The Client wanted a modern web application with interactive user experience, where the user could display and edit geographic layers and custom objects, such as technical means and map splitting into squares. The software application had to contain the capability to create and edit point, line, and polygon geo objects. The new application also required full integration with a parent application, in order to function as part of an automated information complex and to provide the most optimal geo-based business analytics results.
Project objective was to design a new data collection process so a leading map maker can provide the most up-to-date maps to their users and stay ahead of competition.
The digital map provider can remain a leader in the industry only if their maps remain accurate and up-to-date. To collect accurate information, the map provider typically collects geo data from geotagged videos that are collected by field teams using specialized vehicles with video cameras. The field teams regularly visit assigned areas to record changes and update the client’s maps accordingly. Changes, however, can occur more often than the regularly scheduled field trips. Yet, these changes need to be reflected in client’s maps as soon as possible, or they will begin losing users. To ensure changes are recorded as quickly as possible, the client asked Intetics to come up with an alternative solution to gathering and verifying geodata.
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.
Project objective was to automate collection, analysis and integration of survey information about lottery ticket sales from the lottery operator’s network of retailers.
A Canadian lottery operator relies strongly on their retail network for sales of lottery tickets. The operator must monitor how intermediaries carry the product; they are required by law to regularly inspect licensed vendors to ensure adherence to regulatory and policy requirements.
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.
Europe’s major geospatial services provider needed to update information in their POI (point of interest) database. This database needs to be updated regularly with new POIs from around the word. The updates have to be carried out quickly in order to provide users with the most relevant information. The database update process included spatial analysis, data processing and geodatabase editing. All POI data were obtained from various sources and required verification and complex analysis. Up to now, most of the update work has been performed manually. Despite the fact that the client was experienced in spatial analysis and geospatial data processing, they needed an extra set of resources to process the big amount of data.
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