We work on projects in a number of sectors worldwide, applying our expertise and GIS capabilities to deliver innovative and often groundbreaking solutions for our clients.
Development & Aid
We work with government and NGO development and aid programmes worldwide, mapping metrics such as population distribution, crop growth and types, water sources and changes to terrain.
Alcis helps governing authorities by giving them accurate visual data of territory and communities. We understand that political landscapes are sensitive and that long term, trusted relationships are essential to successful operation of governments worldwide.
Defence & Security
The Alcis team has significant experience in geospatial intelligence. We work on security related projects such as counter-narcotics and 3D-modelling high value secure locations.
Our work with agricultural programmes includes crop modelling and hyper-spectral analysis to determine which crops are best suited to the terrain as well as appraising the density and health of plant life.
Our analysts map deforestation over time and its impact on the environment, agriculture and communities. We use GIS to evaluate the effectiveness of forestry conservation programmes.
Environment & Conservation
Alcis visualises data to map human impact on the environment. For example, we mapped water catchment areas in a remote region to show how damming affected downstream communities.
We are passionate about protecting the environment for future generations through data integration and spatial modelling. Alcis can provide global products which can inform decision makers on environment and conservation priorities.
We use our GIS and mapping expertise to produce spatial analyses of potential locations for natural resources across the world.
Energy & Infrastructure
Our spatial analysis of terrain and communities shows planners the best access routes to energy and resources, saving time and money as developing countries grow their infrastructure.
We apply geospatial analysis to healthcare programmes, visualising data on disease outbreaks, for example, for the purpose of identifying likely sources and contamination areas.
Alcis uses GIS to map schools and catchment areas for national and regional institutions, training and mentoring education staff to integrate GIS technology with ground-based research to monitor school programmes going forward.