Geographic information helps to organise and manage the business data of companies and organisations. Pöyry provides GIS services that assist our clients to manage their geographic information efficiently, thus providing real bottom line benefits.
The geodata that we process ranges from the sky to undergroud - from satellite images to terrestrial surveys and advanced subsurface modelling.
Our GIS consulting projects cover feasibility studies, system design, technical assistance and database development. We assist our clients to develop innovative GIS related solutions that integrate geographic information with niche business applications.
Remote sensing provides sophisticated and accurate solutions for a wide range of needs, such as natural resources inventories, mapping of built infrastructure, rapid response applications and global monitoring of the environment (e.g. for the increasing needs of climate change detection).
Pöyry also offers advanced services for 3D mapping and modelling of data. We use cost-effecting methods such as digital photogrammetry, remote sensing and airborne and terrestrial laser scanning.
We help our clients to collect, organise and manage their geographic information so that it supports efficiently their businesses. These services range from various data conversion tasks to a wide range of GIS analysis, database design and leasing of data operators for tailored client projects.
We perform various GIS related studies for our clients including efficient use of GIS technology, hydrological analysis, forest inventory, environmental monitoring, business location analysis etc.
Pöyry also offers platform independent help in developing geographic information systems. These services cover needs assessment, logical design, requirements analysis, prototyping, preparation of call for bids, evaluation of tenders and supervision of implementation.
We also offer tailored services for publishing our clients' data on our internet map server - either for internal use or for serving the stakeholders of our clients.
Mapping & Modelling
The needs of 3D information of the existing environment and built infrastructure are increasing significantly. Pöyry provides advanced capabilities for collecting accurate and detailed geodata in 3D using cost-effective methods such as digital photogrammetry, remote sensing, airborne and terrestrial laser scanning.
We process and model the geodata for 3D virtual site models which includes ground surface, structures and vegetation. Virtual models can be completed by as-built data of inside/outside building structures, and underground spaces. By connecting attribute and database information to virtual models, we develop more intelligent BIM models.
Digital terrain models and sophisticated 3D city models are used for urban and infrastructure development and engineering, water and flood engineering as well as engineering of existing and new industrial and mining sites.
Major applications for accurate and detailed digital 3D as-built models based on laser scanning are industrial and infrastructure rebuild engineering projects, and maintenance and facility management systems. Other key areas of applications are buildings, bridges and tunnels, large structures, and supervision of construction work.
By modelling and managing the existing information, we assist our clients in decision-making, better engineering and maintenance work, analysing, visualising and training tasks, and minimising lifecycle costs.
Pöyry provides image interpretation and processing services, products and applications using satellite data, and distributes commercial satellite imagery from almost all over the world.
A team of remote sensing experts utilises remote sensing in projects worldwide and supplies tailored expert services based on satellite imagery. Our services include land cover mapping, DEM extraction, high-resolution urban mapping, environmental monitoring and change detection. We work with optical and radar images, and recently also with hyperspectral data.
Remote sensing is increasingly used for a wide range of needs, such as natural forest and water resources inventories, mapping of built-up infrastructure, accurate control of earth deformations and man-made structures, rapid response in disaster applications and global monitoring of the environment (climate change detection, pollution and security applications).
With experts in remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS) and mapping industries, the team understands that most geographical applications require the delivery of integrated information products derived from multiple data sources. The integrated, multi-sensor approach keeps our customers on the cutting edge of advanced information solutions, and offers support to resource managers, disaster agencies, decision-makers, and other users of satellite-based information.