Geoinformation systems map the real world

Geoinformation systems (GIS) use highly efficient methods and tools for the acquisition, processing, organization, analysis and visualization of cartographic data. They are used at bifa for a wide range of problems in order to analyze data in a spatial context.

Statistical evaluations, forecasts and assessments are created on the basis of site investigations and spatial analyses. The results obtained are converted into target group-oriented forms of presentation (maps, diagrams, tables, textual descriptions). These form the basis for objective spatial and location evaluations or opportunity and risk analyses. Typical applications are supply and disposal concepts, site research and feasibility studies. The visualization of multi-layered data opens up a deep understanding of the interrelationships as a starting point for tailor-made solutions.

We have extensive experience in the use of GIS in technical and social science studies and research projects.

We support you in your projects with:

  •     Potential areas for renewable energy plants (wind, PV open space plants, PV roof plants)
  •     Heat cadastre, heat network concepts
  •     Waste disposal concepts (e.g. biowaste, sewage sludge)
  •     Assessment of bioclimatic load
  •     Creation of special maps for departments or multipliers as work support material
  •     GIS evaluations for public relations work
  •     Query, mediation and localization of contents for public participations