Geographic Information Systems (GIS), for the environmental or other usage purposes of the users and the project they want to find solutions; It is a software and hardware system where geographical data is collected, stored, processed and analyzed as a result of these transactions. The data is usually in a coordinated form, and data such as mapping of structures and area data are called spatial. Another type of data is verbal data such as the age of the buildings, the number of floors of the building or the structure of the region. Geographical Information System is a system that makes our life much easier if it is done by professionals. MACOM Environment and Energy has a specialist staff managing projects in coordination with GIS for many years. Since GIS is a very comprehensive system, it will take time and experience to know and specialize its subtleties. MACOM is very professional and specialized in GIS for both national and international projects.
MACOM actively uses GIS methods for the following projects;
To use Geographic Information Systems effectively and efficiently, it is necessary to have knowledge about map, computer, and geography and to have enough experience to manage these issues because GIS is a versatile decision-making method. The person who will work with the Geographic Information System is equipped as an infrastructure and the details are known; It is important to know which tab is causing problems in GIS and how to solve it. Since MACOM Environment and Energy uses GIS data and applications actively in various projects, it predicts possible problems and solves them in the most practical way thanks to the systems it develops.
The transactions performed by MACOM with Geographic Information Systems are as follows;
Maps created with Geographic Information Systems are a tool to be used in the geographical area that contains layers step by step for the desired area. Another important element that is necessary for the creation of maps and many other tools and combines many steps is GIS data. This data should contain reliable data such as photographs or map bases taken. As can be seen, to use Geographic Information Systems in your projects, it must be prepared well beforehand. MACOM Environment and Energy firstly carries out a careful and attentive study to create spatial data produced by geographical analysis from the services we provide.
By adopting the vision of transparency and quality data production as MACOM, you can always request information at every stage of geographic analysis and contact us for all GIS steps of your project.