Spatial analyses with geographic information systems

A map says more than a thousand tables.

While data are an essential basis for sound decision making, they are often only available in forms that are not directly interpretable (e.g. as extensive tables). Geographic information systems (GISs) can be used to gather, process, analyse and visualise data in map form.

 

GIS application

Data compilation with the use of a GIS reduces the complexity of the task and yields specific information that can be used to make decisions. Our service encompasses the systematic compilation of raw data, the intuitive spatial illustration and the analysis and interpretation of the results. Examples of spatial analysis with a GIS include energy plans, heating registries and heating needs analyses. GISs are also ideally suited to tasks such as the systematic capture and representation of large building portfolios, including their accompanying parameters such as area calculations, energy data, etc.

Contact

Thomas Blindenbacher (Zürich)

thomas.blindenbacher(at)amstein-walthert.ch

Phone + 41 44 305 91 11

 

Gilles Desthieux (Genève)

gilles.desthieux(at)amstein-walthert.ch

Phone + 41 22 749 83 80