Maps provide clarity in complex situations.

We help you solve tough business problems using maps.

We can help you differentiate in the market place, provide your customers with better service and innovate your product line by finding the best mapping solution for your needs.

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The Metropolitan Fire Brigade uses spatial technology to rapidly collect crucial data for relief and recovery efforts

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Greenland government increases GIS skillset to empower staff to work independently

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Why us?

Our philosophy – People Partnership Success – reflects the expertise of our people; our long-term client relationships and strategic technology partnerships. We know that understanding your business underpins the success of every project we undertake.

Our Services

NGIS’ team of experts specialise in leveraging geospatial data to create innovative solutions that provide our customers with the training; visualisation and planning tools they need to realise their business goals.

Our Solutions

We have developed solutions of all sizes for multinational resource companies, federal and state governments, utilities, international aid programs and businesses in all sectors, from property to environmental and engineering to transport. Our 21 years of experience allows us to bring our successes across all industries to yours.

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What’s New?

Building a Google Maps business app? 5 things to ask your developer

Huge business gains can be made by building Google Maps for Work API into your process or product, but to avoid issues down the road, including billing and compliance violations, there are a few questions you should ask your developers during the design and build phases. Maps can help you with team management, customer service, … Continued

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In Pictures: Strong rainfall supports record crop yield in 2016

Strong rainfall this winter has led industry groups to predict a 16 percent increase in crop yields across Western Australia. The difference is visible on satellite imagery that measures the Normalised Digitised Vegetation Index, or NDVI, which is an indicator of biomass. According to the rural news service The Weekly Times, the Grain Industry Associ­ation … Continued

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