High precision measurements
The topographic or cadastral survey is the measurement of the precise position (coordinates) of a point on the earth’s surface. Its objective is to recover and collect information useful for the subsequent creation of a cartographic representation.
monitoring hydrogeological risk
Mapping and survey of landslides
Mapping of landfill areas
Quarry mapping and survey
Inspection and study of the work areas
Monitoring agricultural areas
GPS RTK survey
Monitoring and tracking
QGIS | ARCGIS
We develop geographic information systems (GIS) to support the design of cartographic elaborations and complex spatial analyses.
We can manage data of various kinds that are geo-referenced: the acquired data must be linked to geographical coordinates validated in a known reference system.
Through specific software, we import, record, analyze and return information deriving from stored geographical data.
We try to capture reality