80% of all information contains a spatial component. GIM can help you to process and analyze your geodata automatically, so that you gain the valuable insight you need faster.
GIM has various methods of spatial analysis for both managing your geographical information system (GIS) and carrying out the ETL (extract, transform and load) processing of your geodata, enabling you to:
A smart GIS that analyzes and manages geographical data automatically has numerous benefits to offer:
GIM can help you protect the quality of your geodata. We can choose the right software, tools and functionalities for your organization and work with you to create your own customized data model and quality plan. The result? Your geographical data will not only always be up-to-date, complete and accurate but also available in the correct resolution and ideally scaled.
Thanks to the powerful ETL tool FME, Infrabel is improving the management of information about the technical building blocks of the Belgian railway network.
In accordance with the EU climate targets for 2020, hundreds of new wind turbines must be installed in Flanders. GIM helped the Government of Flanders map the best potential locations for them.
For Régie de l’Electricité de Wavre, an integrated GIS has been the key to the efficient management of its electricity network.
GIM produces a new medium-scale reference database of all the public roads in Flanders, including a whole series of characteristics.
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A GIM seminar in collaboration with CARTO, TomTom and Locatus
Together with its partner European Space Imaging, GIM offers a very interesting promotion on 30 cm WorldView imagery, including the newly available WorldView-4 sensor.