Geo AdithyA Technologies provides GIS Mapping Services and GIS Data conversions Services. Our GIS services allow for the visualization of geographic data, analysis of spatial relationships, and efficient data management. GIS data conversions allow data from different sources to be merged in one common format, which allows for easy access, analysis and utilization. Based on paper or electronic data either captured by our customers or otherwise collected, Geo AdithyA undertakes GIS data conversions and prepares electronic maps using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology while providing GIS Mapping Services, Geo AdithyA maintains a commitment to state-of-the-industry technology, research and innovation, implemented by highly experienced and qualified staff. For more than 10 years, Geo AdithyA’s team of engineers, planners have developed GIS products and systems, integrated with GPS, GIS, and CAD. Our commitment and continuous effort for customer satisfaction have made Geo AdithyA a well-known and reliable GIS Service provider.
Satellite imagery and aerial photography have proven to be important tools in support of mineral exploration projects. They can be used in a variety of ways. Firstly they provide geologists and field crews the location of tracks, roads, fences and inhabited areas. This is important for mapping out potential access corridors for exploration areas and considering the environmental impact of large project. The satellite map data is also useful for mapping outcrops and regolith systematics and vegetation cover across exploration blocks and over regional areas.
Satellite images can also benefit geologists, scientists, and exploration managers due to the multiple bands that the satellites carry which allow them to interpret wavelengths that cannot be seen by the human eye. Near infrared, short wave infrared and thermal infrared can be used to identify the difference in structural features of the earth's surface.
Multispectral imaging and thematic mapping allows researchers to collect reflection data and absorption properties of soils, rock and vegetation. This data could be utilized by trained photogeologists to interpret surface lithologies, identify clays, oxides and soil types from satellite imagery.