GIS2Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have the capacity to store and use alphanumeric data as well as geographic data offering new opportunities in decentralized rural planning sectors, energy production and environmental assessment. request.

IED combines its knowledge of the energy sector with its solid expertise in the design of information systems, the development of alphanumeric and cartographic databases and spatial analysis through several GIS software (MapInfo, ArcGis, Manifold, QGIS).
The collection of data (alphanumeric and cartographic) and its consolidation (geographic, topographical, demographic, socio-economic data, etc.) is one of the main capabilities and qualities of IED experts who are used to operating in contexts where data access is important. often difficult.

  • Overlay of multisectoral data

Visualization of different layers of data to take into account a large number of factors influencing the final decision: socio-economic infrastructure, road networks, rivers, protected areas, ...)

  • Publication of decision support maps


Production of detailed decision-making maps for decision-makers (wind farm identification, energy constraints, social and environmental impact ...)

  • Dissemination, communication and consensus of data

Communication on geographical data, in electronic, paper or on the Internet. They promote a better understanding of the issues and therefore an easier consensus on energy projects.

IED has also demonstrated its know-how in information technology and its ability to disseminate information through WEB GIS application offering application and GIS interface on the internet to visualize geographic information and help decision-making. Cartographic renditions of planning software are now visible on interactive internet applications and made more accessible and readable on mobile devices for connected decision makers.


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