GIS and Spatial Analysis

Safety, mobility, economic competitiveness, regulatory compliance, and community preservation all depend on access to relevant and accurate data. Geospatial analysis and tools improve the speed and accuracy of decision-making in these areas, turning complex volumes of data into powerfully displayed communications of transportation alternatives. Cambridge Systematics has been perfecting the integration of data analysis and geospatial technology within the transportation domain for more than 20 years.

Geographic information systems (GIS) are used to store, integrate, analyze, and map spatially defined data, including travel patterns, demographics, land use, economic, and environmental databases. We work at the forefront, applying GIS and geospatial technology services to travel demand forecasting and decision-making. Our solutions allow clients to apply geospatial methods to business activities from visualizing and measuring the impact of transportation projects to designing enterprise GIS systems. Because transportation planning typically requires spatial data from many different sources, Cambridge Systematics has extensive experience in the full range of geospatial technologies, including GIS, global positioning systems (GPS), and multimedia.

To learn more about GIS and Spatial Analysis at Cambridge Systematics, please contact
Kimon E. Proussaloglou