Geometa helps urban planning professionals determine how, where, and when
their designs can have the greatest impact to improve the quality of life.
Geometa helps city authorities to make decisions for rational, sustainable land use, to provide land securing and conflict prevention.
Forestry uses Geometa for forest inventory, analyzing conditions in woodland to best utilize land, conserve ecosystems, efficiently plan harvests.
Geometa helps city authorities to provide better traffic and parking management, plan for new roads or optimize the old ones and improve road safety.
Geometa provides environmental impact analysis for conserving and sustainable use of natural resources, protecting the environment.
Mapping risk areas, understanding the best and worst-case scenarios, the available and required resources will lead to successful risk and disaster management.
Tracking pipelines, managing grids, locating cable and wireless networks, and exchanging information required for construction planning.
Agencies use Geometa to analyze geographic data, such as soils, geology, built data, such as land use, buildings, highways, and infrastructure, and social data.
Improving green spaces and boosting the number of trees on the streets and in parks, manage city beautification projects.
Geometa helps analyze the land, visualize field data on a map, and make decisions based on this data to get the best outcome without damaging the environment.
Collecting data and gaining market insights, investments evaluation, appraisals, calculation of the market price, identifying dozens of location factors.
Geometa helps solve taxation problems and maximize government income, offering a system for managing property tax based on location data.
Public safety organizations use Geometa to prevent, quickly respond to and mitigate threats to keep communities and cities safe.
Mapping cases of a disease, defining origination points or high-risk areas, conducting disease awareness-raising campaigns.
Insurance companies use Geometa to determine risk and set appropriate coverage rates, considering a wide range of factors through location.
The use of Geometa in humanities research and social science helps to examine demographic patterns, population distribution, and social landscape.