Geographical Information

Systems

  • Geographical Information Systems (GIS) technology is an important tool for planning or decisions involving geographic data. GIS is a computer system used for storage, recovering, mapping, and study of geographic data. GIS can be used for scientific investigations, resource management and development planning.

    RiVi’s potential reaches out to any GIS application that requires collection and conversion of data, creating databases, mapping, representation, and study of data using diagrams and flowcharts. Their technology and leadership has designed and built some of the world’s most challenging GIS applications for various clients in this widespread industry.

  • The Approach

    RiVi specially works on an approach to the combine business challenges and technology innovations.

    First, they listen to- and understand each client’s particular set of expectations as part of our Planning Session.

    Next, analyze, design, expand and support production support & operations activities after the launch.

    Finally, with a powerful combination of management, technical skills, and industry knowledge, RiVi collaborates with your business and technology leadership teams to apply GIS systems and applications that match your business targets.

    The deep understanding of business and focus on the customers’ needs, keeping employees positive and motivated and improving activities in the workplace helps RiVi to provide you with the deep knowledge of business processes and hands-on ability to assemble your agency with the help of technology. Using their ‘knowledge environment’ that includes learning, communication, goals, and decisions, they support the collective experience of their employees to create the most innovative, creative, and fresh solutions for clients.

    At RiVi, having the ability and skills to create meaningful solutions for your organization is the motto. From analysis and planning to support all of your GIS needs.

  • Our core GIS focus spans

    Geo-Spatial Management Information Systems (GMIS)

    • GIS as a Decision Support Tool
    • Surveying & Engineering
    • Spatial Analysis & Frameworks
    • Visualization & Cartography
    • Spatial Data Management
    • Remote Sensing
  • Integrated Emergency Management (5C’s)

    • Command, Control, Co-ordination, Cooperation, Communication
    • 2D/3D Geo-Spatial Database development
    • Geo-Portals
    • Resource Inventory & Management
    • Urban Planning (Urban Information Systems)
    • Land Records for Taxation & Ownership Control (Land Information Systems)
    • Facilities Management (AM/FM)
    • Marketing & Retail Planning
    • Vehicle Routing & Scheduling
    • Location Based Information
    • Defense

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