GIS Spatial Analysis
gi Perspective provide GIS Spatial Analysis using GIS data, techniques and software to give clients value from geographic data.
What is GIS Spatial Analysis?
- GIS Spatial Analysis uses tools and techniques in GIS software to look for spatial patterns and information in data.
- It allows comparisons that are not possible with tabular data alone.
- Geographic visualisations can be used to report findings. These can be static or animated.
How do we undertake GIS Analysis?
- Using in-house GIS software
- Sourcing and processing appropriate spatial data
- Consulting with the client to understand their needs and what data they hold
- Taking an iterative approach to refining the method and outputs
- Working to a fixed budget and timeline
- Working on individual commissions and/or SLAs
Read more about our GIS Consultancy Services.
What are the benefits of using gi Perspective for GIS Spatial Analysis?
- Use existing GIS expertise to identifying spatial patterns
- Improve decision making
- Adds value to studies, reports, programmes where spatial data is a key deliverable
- Better communication though visualisations
- Save investment in GIS software and training
Experts in Geographic Information Systems
gi Perspective provides organisations of all shapes and sizes with geographic information and digital mapping solutions, utilising our staff's breadth of experience to exceed customer expectations.
See our GIS Services
GIS Method for Freight Impact Assessment
County-wide freight impact assessment using GIS software and Ordnance Survey data
Application Scripting for the European Commission
GIS Spatial Analysis for vessel density mapping across Europe
Preparing London Drug Crime Data for Analysis
Transforming geographic data to allow temporal comparison
Global Location Analysis GIS Software Tool for E4tech
Software tool to assist with sustainable energy site selection
Spatial analysis for QED urban regeneration
Spatial analysis to help find the best areas for housing development