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State-of-the-art
technology
working for you





Airborne multispectral casi image
(2m spatial resolution) of pipeline
right-of-way and road.
Image courtesy of ITRES Research and CCRS

Our philosophy is that
any
system must prove that
it can either
'make mnoney' or 'save money.'



Spatial Information System(SIS) is a relatively new term for describing a process which integrates elements of a geographic information system (GIS), geomatic technologies, information management systems, and graphic based computer programs…spatially.

A SIS is a multi dimensional tool for implementing and operating environmental and quality management systems, for operation and maintenance of facilities, system planning, emergency response as well as a host of other applications.

The advantages SIS has over traditional GIS include; greater integration with other data systems; greater flexibility; easy of use; lower cost; low maintenance; better use of state of the art technologies; superior integration of data.

ELEMENTS is a pioneer in the development of small to medium sized spatial information systems. Our focus is on the design and implementation of a SIS for organizations that is extremely affordable. We utilize low cost third party software and services which have already been developed, tested and proven.

Most customized software is obsolete by the time it is implemented. we encourage our clients to direct their investments towards spatial data that is a high quality, transferable and marketable. Organizations need not direct enormous investments into software development and therefore can afford to stay at the forefront of technological advances.

ELEMENTS has fostered mutually beneficial relations with programmers, geomatic firms, and government which can help organizations implement a successful SIS which will lead to great productivity, performance and cost savings for any organization