habitat INFO take the management of spatial data seriously. Working on projects referencing in excess of 200 datasets requires systematic organisation, particularly when multiple members of the team are involved. That’s why we’ve developed practices to help us catalog and locate the data we use regularly. We use ArcCatalog to manage our spatial data and ensure metadata is kept up-to-date. We’ve worked on large projects requiring the development of data […]
Habitat INFO provides a variety of services – please see below for more information. Our commercial daily rate is £480 (plus VAT) and our daily rate for registered charities is £400 (plus VAT). We also donate time and services when we can to select projects.
If you require a particular service which isn’t listed below then please contact us and we’d be happy to talk it through with you and see if we’re able to help.
GIS has taken big steps forward in recent years and firmly positioned itself on the internet. Today, the public make use of online GIS systems almost daily be it through services providing directions from A to B, to take a look at their neighbourhood from Space or to find a nearby business. Similarly businesses use web-based GIS today more than ever to share spatial data internally and externally. habitat INFO […]
The objective of our risk and vulnerability analysis is to identify where people may be expected to be most vulnerable to all of the major expected difficulties associated with climate change, notably food security, water shortages, disasters and associated health problems. Our aim is to develop a composite index of vulnerability. This is done by combining the influence of different data layers into one final summary layer (hotspots). The advantage […]
habitat INFO have a proven record when it comes to delivering Biodiversity layers having supplied them to Local Planning Authorities throughout Wales. We supply a single GIS layer into which all known biodiversity layers (species, habitats, sites and connectivity) have been incorporated. Areas of high biodiversity value are coloured red, and areas where little is known about the biodiversity value are coloured blue. It means that members of the Forward […]
Local Records Centres rely on the efforts of recorders working in the field to send them biological records. However, records can only exist in areas recorders themselves have visited, regardless of the presence of species or not. This patchiness is a problem for LRCs because records of important species may be absent from large areas simply because recorders have not visited those places. Distribution modelling offers LRCs a way round […]
View the SeaTrust in the Field video produced by habitat INFO demonstrating SeaTrust’s use of mobile GIS solutions either below or by clicking here Mobile GIS allows companies to collect data rapidly, globally and accurately. It can lead to the development of large spatial databases very quickly with data that can be used going forward for further analysis. habitat INFO has a wealth of experience in developing mobile GIS solutions for […]
habitat INFO’s 3D services include the analysis of terrain in order to identify areas which are visible from defined observation points. This is particularly useful during the planning of developments near to pre-existing developments. We are also able to provide 3D scenes, animations and analysis to stakeholders and decision makers allowing them to make far more informed decisions. Projects to date include: Visual impact assessment for a wind turbine in […]