GIS and Mapping

Geographic Information Systems is a powerful decision-making technology.

GIS makes it possible to collect information about the earth's surface and link it to location through a geographic database (geodatabase). The resultant map gives us a better grasp of how data interrelates and the ability to analyze it because the map shows relationships and patterns not readily apparent in rows and columns.

GIS is important in helping local governments manage the development review process, perform comprehensive planning, process building permits and map infrastructure.

GIS applications include:

EEI provides support through all phases of GIS development including user needs assessment, software and hardware selection, installation, training, application development, data conversion, strategic planning and ultimately, data maintenance using ESRI ArcGIS™ and Autodesk® products.

Portfolio samples: