PLUMB use Geographical Information System is a system to capture, analyze, manipulate, store, manage and present every type of geographical data. The merging of cartography, database technology, and statistical analysis is all what GIS means and is the reason why it is at the core of our business. GIS offers tools for demonstrating information to support faster decisions, optimize network and resource allocation, characterize and discover geographic patterns and systematize workflow through a graphical modeling environment.

Visualizing and Integrating Data

GIS can be used to interpret and combine data from many different formats. It allows you to convert CAD drawings, aerial imagery, and parcel maps to produce a visual overview and provide a report that is easy to understand a clear for our clients. It takes CAD data without alteration and allows you to integrate it into existing project geodatabases.

GIS geodatabases offer the capability to handle big data types and adapt rules and regulations either outlined by our clients or by ourselves. The relationship between data brands such as validates data, geometric and topologies networks, and control access, helps generate clean unified data. Data managing tools come together to meet all your needs from workgroups, individual to large multiuse enterprises.

Site Analysis

GIS quickly analyzes and incorporates various types of images and information for site analysis. It’s extremely accurate results presented geographically provide insights into interactions and connections as clients can relate easily to a simple map. The base map may include serial photos, environmental protection areas, city and zoning designations soil and topographic maps. Overlays or relevant data on commercial activity, traffic flow, and population growth combine to paint a significant picture of sites constraints and opportunities swiftly.

GIS provides tools to accumulate detailed data and document present settings. As-built surveying with GIS expertise allows the surveyor to provide data into operational GIS, eradicating costly data conversion and minimizing errors.