Geographic Information Systems are designed to capture and analyse, geospatial data. Our GIS services allow the client to create interactive queries in order to analyse spatial information and display it in countless ways to enhance location intelligence. Whether you are needing geospatial information for engineering, planning, management, transport/logistics, insurance, telecommunications, or other business, Significant fields of applications are used for cartographic purposes, databases’ development, modelling and design of utility networks, natural risk models development, decision making and special applications like routes optimization, business plans analysing and property register. Please know more about our GIS services below.
Fervent Technologies offers utility mapping services and field data capturing of electrical, water, gas, sewage & telecom networks. Major investments are needed to be made in society’s utility supply lines; Water mains, sewage systems, telephone lines, power lines, and gas mains, etc. Often the geographic location is recorded on inferior quality maps and in some cases, it is not documented. However, the certainty of supply, environmental protection, and efficiency of operations require good basic data. Quarry damage can be largely avoided when reliable information regarding location and description of underground utility lines are available. Repair and replacement of utility lines can be carried out optimally when it is based on an efficient GIS/utility mapping system. We’ve highly skilled technicians who specialize in digitally recording important overhead as well as underground assets. Possessing in-depth experience in digital documentation and unquestioned dedication, we assure our clients of supreme quality services according to their particular needs.
When it comes to our utility mapping service, we cover quite a few sections such as system modeling, land base creation, raster to vector map conversion, work order updates, and circuit map creation. Top-grade software applications like AutoCAD and MicroStation are used to execute these activities. Our experts mix the technologies of digital mapping from various sources such as satellite pictures, aerial photographs, existing maps, and GPS field data to generate the GIS database.
Our Utility Mapping Services include
A cadastral map is a map that defines land ownership. The land registers cadastral map is further defined by the Act as a map showing all registered geospatial data relating to registered plots. The cadastral map consists of cadastral units, each of which represents a single registered plot of land. The cadastral map is not limited to defining ownership boundaries but includes geospatial references for other rights or consignments that affect the registered plots of land.
A cadastral unit represents a single registered plot of land. The cadastral map shows the boundaries of each cadastral unit, along with the extent of all registered rights. Each cadastral unit is assigned a unique number and, in most cases, this corresponds to the title number of the plot of land. A title sheet describes the plot of land by reference to the cadastral map. The property description narrates the cadastral unit number of the plot. Cadastral units cannot overlap and areas owned in common must have their cadastral unit (and corresponding title sheet).
Our Cadastral Mapping Services include
• Land Records Scanning & Mapping.
• Coordinate Geometry Mapping.
• Cadastral Data Integration.
• Cadastral/Land Use/Zone Integration.
• Cadastral Data Maintenance.
A topographic map is a detailed two-dimensional representation of natural and human-made features on the Earth’s surface. The most distinctive characteristic of a topographic map is that the three-dimensional shape of the Earth’s surface is modeled by the use of contour lines. Contours are imaginary lines that connect locations of similar elevation. Topographic maps also use a variety of symbols to describe both natural and human-made features such as roads, buildings, quarries, lakes, streams, and vegetation.
Topographic mapping services include
· Aerial Triangulation
· Terrain modeling
· 3D modeling
· Land cover mapping
Our expertise at Fervent Technologies in GIS-based software development and a whole range of digital mapping services allows us to create customized GIS mapping solutions for various businesses. We work for vertical as well as for government agencies. Our dedicated GIS engineers provide decision-makers with a rich analysis of spatial data and cloud infrastructure. Comprehensive visualization for planning delivery, networks, facilities, and geographic terrain is provided. Our Geospatial solutions involve setting up data models and geospatial solutions such as spatial data infrastructures for its clients along with a wide range of domains.
Fervent Technologies offers the following specialized geospatial solutions
· Development of geospatial apps for mobile solutions
· Creation of SDI, enterprise GIS, geoportal & WebGIS
· Integration of GIS & MIS
· Geospatial database design and modeling
· Designing cost-effective solutions using current open source GIS technologies
· Development of geospatial Decision Support Systems (DSS)
· Designing applications for location-based services
Our expertise covers a wide range of programming skills involving the latest and most efficient development tools that help to achieve the project vision with quality and operational sustainability.
We understand that changes in land use and land cover are regular and rapid. The changes in land use can have significant impacts on people, economies, and the environment. Among the organizations that will benefit from the information derived from land cover solutions are:
All government agencies.
Environment and research organizations.
Utility & Engineering firms.
Application areas of Land use & Landcover
Our land cover products and solutions are specifically used for planning land use and deriving additional thematic layers to support land management applications such as
• Complete assessment of vacant and to be developed areas of land.
• Proper quantifications for Stormwater and drainage.
• Urban development planning.
• Impact of pollution on the environment.
• Tree canopy calculations.
• Irrigation purpose.
• Planning of recreational spaces.
• Planning of green spaces for various uses in a city.