The business of the Company is broadly spread over the following major segments:

»   Product development
»   Technical services
»   Training material development.

The product development for tailor made solutions involving GIS, remote sensing, GPS technologies and natural resource modelling. The company is also involved in information generation on various natural resource entities through indirect assessment using modelling.

Technical services are rendered related to

  • Modelling and natural resource management
  • Database design and management, data processing and management of spatial, remotely sensed and GPS data
  • Web based solutions for integrated natural resource management
  • Highly technical and value added information.

Training material development for Web-based and CDROMs for GIS applications and other areas related to GIS is taken up on client's request. Specialized tailor made training programs are also developed and conducted.

The Company handles a broad range of projects. The company has the expertise to provide solutions to (but not restricted to) the following areas.

  • Assessment of water availability, land use and soil characteristics
  • Identification of constituent entities such as major tributaries, man-made structures (barrage, dams etc.) potential source of point and non-point pollution, meandering and stable sections,
  • Soil and water conservation
  • Landslide hazard zone mapping
  • Integrated approach for management of land and water resources by developing effective tools using IT and other advanced technologies
  • Developing effective tools for planning and monitoring of water resources
  • Creation of common data bases incorporating primary and secondary data on topography, climate, hydrology and land use etc.
  • Implementation of environmentally sustainable water resources policy
  • Generation of various scenarios to possible man-made changes for planning using distributed spatial modelling of the watershed.
  • Prioritization of watersheds
  • Development of hydrological models for surface water and ground water modelling
  • Hydraulic modelling and water profile simulations
  • Water balance studies
  • Flood forecasting, inundation, flood plain zoning and flood management
  • Sediment yield estimation
  • Design of dewatering system
  • Assessment of climate change on the hydrological response of the basins using distributed hydrological modeling approach for assessing the vulnerability of water, agriculture and environment sectors.
  • Quantification of impact assessment on availability of water for drinking, irrigation, hydropower generation and industrial use of water in space and time using GCMs/RCMs output data.
  • Possible changes in severity of droughts and intensity of floods
  • Evaluation of impacts of climate change from social, economic and environmental viewpoints and adaptation strategies to alleviate the possible impacts.
  • Evaluation of impacts of climate change to formulate city level strategies and coastal zone development plan.
  • Generation of future scenarios to articulate policy implications for water-agriculture-energy-climate change nexus.
  • Impact assessment on sediment delivery
  • Development of module to calculate total emission based on the user input for baseline and future scenarios
  • Generation of alternate scenarios to achieve reduction in transport GHG emission considering penetration of alternate technologies/fuels based on emission targets
  • Generation of baseline scenario using past data and generating the vehicle numbers on the road based on demographic data using built in multiple regression module.
  • Creation of user friendly and flexible data bases which allow to add data for any city and add more vehicles and fuel type
  • Determination of catchment characteristics- rainfed, snow covered and glacier cover area, inventory of glaciers and glacial lakes
  • Variability in snow line and snow covered area over time including determination of permanent snow line
  • Hydrological modeling of Himalayan basins which have substantial contribution from melting of snow and glaciers
  • Estimation of contribution of snow and ice in the stream flow of river at desired location and its variability over time using hydrological modeling approach
  • Impact assessment of climate change on different component of runoff such as snow melt, glacier melt, rainfall runoff and base flow.
  • Simulation of glacier lake outburst flood (GLOF)
  • Hydrological design for water resources and hydropower projects
  • Water and sediment yield estimation
  • Assessment water availability, transposition of flow series, computation of dependable years and preparation of flow duration curves at gauged and ungauged potential hydropower sites
  • Assessment of project specific environmental flows
  • Design storm analysis
  • Estimation of design flood
  • Sedimentation studies
  • Development of modules for profile extraction, site selection and power potential calculations
  • Dam break analysis
  • Prediction of the impacts of various man-made actions on the environment through simulation. The prediction also includes the impact assessment of point and non-point source pollutants
  • Estimation of water requirement considering present and future social, agricultural and aquatic scenarios
  • Assessment of environmental flow and its variability
  • Spatial mapping of environment quality (air, noise, water and soil pollutants)
  • Impact assessment modelling of point and non-point source pollutants
  • Conservation of natural environment
  • On-farm irrigation water management for enhanced water and crop yields
  • Water demand and supply in command and catchment area
  • Water balance study for the command area
  • Water use efficiency
  • Performance evaluation of irrigation projects
  • Futuristic estimate of water availability in irrigated agriculture system
  • Agricultural prediction using the crop growth models and the local weather parameters
  • Study of water-agriculture-energy-climate change nexus
  • Adaptation of agriculture practices under projected climate scenarios
  • Modelling of nutrients, pesticides and fertilizer movement in agriculture area
  • Installation of automatic weather stations with data loggers for measuring rainfall, snowfall, temperature, wind speed & direction, relative humidity, solar radiation, sunshine hours and evaporation
  • Establishment of gauge and discharge site
  • Discharge observations using floats and current meters
  • Installation of winch and cable way for cross-section and current meter observations
  • Water levels using automatic water level recorders and contact free radar sensors
  • Water depth using eco-sounder and water depth sensors
  • Stage-discharge relationships
  • Suspended sediment concentration and load
  • Water quality parameters
  • Design of rainwater harvesting system including transporting rainwater through conduits or drains to the harvesting system, filtration, purification and storage in tanks for reuse or recharge
  • Desilting chambers or settlement tanks
  • Structures for recharging of groundwater aquifer from harvested rain water ensuring the quality of water entering the recharge wells
  • Appropriate site specific solutions for rainwater harvesting
  • Solutions for integration of information generated/available with other entities such as natural resources, demography, transportation network, infrastructure network, health, education, etc. through stand alone and web based GIS.
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