Geomount Inc. uses remote sensing as a study in numerous fields, including geography, land surveying & Earth science disciplines (hydrology, ecology, oceanography, glaciology, and geology)
Using ArcGIS Software to give our clients everything they need to manage and extract answers from imagery, GIS and remotely sensed data. It includes imagery tools and workflows for visualization and analysis, and access to the world’s largest imagery collection.
Geomount Inc. connects the seemingly disconnected with the most comprehensive set of analytical methods and spatial algorithms available. Using location as the connective thread to uncover hidden patterns, improve predictive modelling, and create a competitive edge.
We can discover, access and download satellite imagery from the many Earth Observation Data Management Systems, including Long-Term Satellite Data Records.
We use ArcGIS analysis to include inventory and management of resources, establishing and monitoring routes, managing networks, and locating and targeting many fields for our clients.
We use 3D GIS brings real-world context to our client’s maps and data. Instantly transform client data into smart 3D models and visualizations that help our clients. We analyze and solve their problems by sharing our ideas and concepts.
With ArcGIS, we can easily collect, crowdsource, store, access, and share our client data efficiently and securely. we can integrate data stored in our business systems and geo-enable any data from any source.
Solutions & MANAGEMENT
We make satellite imagery available to our clients by providing tools for hosting, managing, and streaming imagery for use in products and services. We use ArcGIS to manage scalable images that integrate for performing analyses, creating maps, and sharing data across the organization.
Geomount gives to research on Water quality. It is impractical to monitor the water quality of more than a small fraction of lakes by conventional field methods because of expense and time requirements. A high-resolution satellite image is more convenient to be applied to collect the required data for monitoring and assessing water quality in the lakes.
BIM and GIS together have the potential to lead to smarter outcomes for communities and more efficient projects for AEC services providers.
For major urban areas, this will mean creating multiple standards across transportation, utilities, and architecture projects that may impact many agencies. Working with Autodesk and others, Esri will have to build workflows that allow users to reliably access, update, and use standardized BIM data in spatial context throughout the life cycle of assets.