GIS stands for Geographic Information System. This system is used to create, store, analyze and process spatially distributed information through a computerized process. GIS technology can be used in many scientific fields such as: resource management, studies of impact on the environment, cartography, route planning.


The module for organization of managed information is specific to a GIS. There are two types of information: graphical data that indicates the spatial repartition of studied elements an another data base type to store attributes associated with these elements (e.g. in the case of a road: its length, width, lanes number, construction materials).
The problem of georeferencing a scanned image is a current one, especially when the main sources of information are printed maps.
The Beneficiaries of these services come from governmental institutions but also from the private sector (land survey, cartography, topography, city halls, urbanism, transportation, utilities, environment, tourism and development, telecom, oil & gas, etc.).
Georeferencing an image means aligning it with a defined coordinate system. Mathematically, this is an operation of translating and / or rotating the image coordinate system (which counts columns and pixel lines starting from the top left corner) to the target coordinate system in which the georeferencing is performed. The problem is summarized by solving a set of system equations and finding out coefficients that apply to each image pixel in order to make it correspond to a certain geographical position, defined through a pair of mathematical / geographical coordinates.
Due to information being associated with graphics, Geographical Information Systems benefit from all interrogation opportunities that the modern database systems offer and can additionally offer analysis that is oriented on certain geographical areas – the so called thematic maps.
Over 70% of data and information that we confront with everyday have geospatial references, meaning they imply geographical positioning. The efficient management of geospatial data is becoming increasingly more important within any company, from public institutions, environment, healthcare to oil companies, utilities, telecommunications, financial services.
Implementing a GIS solution assumes not only the collection and management of a large quantity of data and information, but also the development of a coherent infrastructure that, together with business process organization, represents the support for policies and economic development in any organization.
The GIS solutions offered by Complex Systems Development help you to:
– Correlate technical data with economic / administrative data, in a simple, intuitive and easy to use interface;
– Consult and view by using a browser / mobile client information regarding the geospatial positioning of any element from a transport / distribution network, documentations and technical associated information;
– Optimize and accelerate the approval / authorization process of different documentations through access and fast data checking from material estimates, sketches, plans, technical and normative diagrams;
– Generate complex analysis, statistics and relevant reports through simple and preconfigurable instruments;
– View the impact area of an incident in order to make a fast decision regarding the intervention method (optimal route, operational proximity center, coordinating the intervention teams, the power supply cut-off / deviation points), limitation of casualties, isolating and the remedy for the respective incident;
– you are equipped with field data collection solutions and real time updating;
– plan, coordinate and efficiently monitor the maintenance operations or incident intervention;
– quick access to information regarding the history of maintenance works and equipment intervention;
– Efficiently manage client relations and monitor the quality of services provided by these;
– Standardize the workflow, data format, as well as ways to acquire these elements;
– Add value to your data and services;
– Obtain support in making organizational decisions and management of economic activities;
– Reduce costs allocated to IT and technical personnel, operational costs and costs regarding maintenance operations, etc.;
– Reduce costs through the optimization of employee work time, through balancing and rethinking internal document flows;
– Obtain more time for business development, by focusing on the organization’s scope of work and not on instruments;
By combining our own resources with the resources of our strategic partners, we can supply complete GIS solutions (consultancy and analysis, development of personalized applications, cartography, scanning and conversion, field data acquisition, specialized training), that use state of the art technology and form powerful instruments for:
– Automation and increasing the efficiency of workflows from your organization;
– Support in decision making, planning and operation coordination (control and monitoring, intervention, maintenance, dispatching, etc.);
– Planning and rapid and correct forecasting of future sites (objectives, networks, equipment, etc.);
– Standardization of data, formats and ways to manage / acquire data;
– Optimization and acceleration of the approval / authorization processes for documentations;
– Centralized administration of communication channels with internal and external clients.

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