Development and maintenance of geographic information systems

  • Negotiated price

Software development in the sphere of geographic information technologies and computer simulation of engineering communication based on the use of advanced geographic information technologies, calculation packages of engineering network systems (systems of heat and water supply) as well as APM packages and thermophysical calculations.

We’ll provide the whole range of services and work connected with the development and implementation of geographic information systems and apps based on it. We’ll integrate GIS with automated systems of customer process control.

Minimal configuration: GIS package, a set of maps with a consistent layer structure, dispatcher control system PTC, a set of interfaces / equipment for global positioning and remote sensing

The scale of maps: according to the client requirements.

Clients:  natural resource industries; oil and gas exploration, other manufacturing sectors with geographically dispersed units of managed infrastructure; transport organizations and ground transportation services; enterprises of agricultural sector, land management services, water utilities, control organizations of relevant ministries and departments.

GIS sectors:

  • GIS of engineering networks and communication
  • GIS of intellectual building
  • GIS for international logistic operations
  • GIS for infrastructure and resource monitoring
  • GIS for crisis management
  • GIS of the development planning and monitoring of data networks
  • Geographic information analytical system of environmental management and environmental protection
  • GIS for environmental monitoring and management
  • GIS “clean city”
  • GIS of precision farming
  • other according to client requirements.

Contact information:

Physico-technical faculty

Department of information systems and technologies

Grodno, BLK Str., 5

+375 (29) 14 92 877 - Beytuk Yuriy


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