Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

GIS technology is invaluable for scientific investigations, resource management, asset management, archaeology, environmental impact assessment, urban planning, cartography, criminology, geographic history, marketing, logistics, prospective mapping and other purposes.

RGC’s highly qualified staff, equipped with cutting edge technology, offer a wide range of services. This includes analysis, design, and execution of surveying and mapping projects, the design of land mapping and information systems including construction layout surveys, control surveys and the analysis and utilization of land survey data. ESRI’s ArcGIS is the key toolset used.

RGC can capture, store, analyse, manage, and present data linked to any required location or dataset.

RGC has significant experience of building and exploiting Land Information Systems (LIS).

RGC provides professional support and development in all aspects of survey and survey related work. RGC have experience in the writing of survey specifications manuals for national authorities.

RGC offers a geodetic support service, providing advice on datums, spheroids and grids. This is particularly needed where a client may have been provided geospatial data without relevant geo-referencing detail.

Asset tracking, mapping and monitoring is a relatively new aspect of RGC. In a world that requires the honing and optimisation of several assets working in tandem over large geographic distances in varied cultures and conditions, the need to know the locality of any asset at any given point in time is critical.

RGC specializes in quantifying, mapping, tracking and reporting on the assets being tracked. By identifying the position of assets in time and space, with access to historic data, optimising the employment and use of these assets becomes relatively easy to do.

Building Information Modelling (BIMs) are one of but many on-going asset management programs that can be initiated and run through RGC.