Our services include the following:
- GIS Mampping Service
- Geospatial Database Design
- Remote Sensong Services
- Management Services
- Engineering Services
- Electronic Total Station Survey
- Dgps-(Differential Global Positioning System) Survey
- Socio Economics Survey
- Smart Vehicle Tracking System
- Digital Photogrammetry
- Lidar Processing
- Image Analysis
- Capacity Building
- Hyperspectral Sar Radar Consulting
- Gpr (Ground Penetrating Radar) Survey
SMART VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEM
Smart Vehicle Tracking System is an electronic device installed in one or more vehicles,, our lives become
simplified, safer and more comfortable. Now with GPS Based Vehicle Tracking System, your vehicle and your
loved ones have never been safer. GPS Based Vehicle Tracking System offers you full control of your vehicle
through SMS. If your vehicle is stolen you will be immediately notified via SMS and e-mail with the theft
message and the vehicle's location. Live Track feature gives you the ability to follow your vehicle's every
move, speed, and location. In addition, you can disable the starter so the engine cannot be restarted.
These are only a few of the immense features.
Smart Vehicle tracking technology can change your business as it offers a significant return of investment
and does so in a number of ways. Vehicle tracking technology utilizes existing GPS technology which allows
business to track and pinpoint the exact location of a vehicle. Smart vehicle tracking systems in your
company's fleet vehicles, you will find an smart way of fleet management by tracking your vehicles.
- Real Time info on time of Delivery
- Temp sensor
- Unauthorized Route alert through SMS
- Speed Minder
- Battery Disconnect Alert
- Low Battery Alert
- Starter Disable (Immobilize)
- Device Tampering alert through SMS
- Tracking from your mobile phone through SMS
IMAGE-BASED MAPPING SOLUTIONS
We would use Aerial and Satellite Image to generate base maps, thematic maps, DEM (from stereo satellite data)
and generate perspectives of systematic change. Sophisticated content mapping using LIDAR-mapping (ALTM DATA) and
PHOTOGRAMMETRY TECHNIQUES – where we use digital stereo aerial and satellite images (in digital or “scanned” formats)
to generate surfaces, ortho-rectified products, DIGITAL ELEVATION MODELS (DEM) with contouring, high-precision 2-D
and 3-D mapping and a variety of value-added products integrated with GPS surveys and rectification of images yield
in precision of location and bundle-adjustments. The outputs are integrated for a direct Geo-database ingest.
The core of any GIS technology solution is the geo-database. Whether it is ingest of maps generated from images;
ingest of available paper-data - scanning paper drawings, maps, aerial photos or satellite images and creation of
document archives and vectorising the scanned products; geo-tagging tabular databases of text/tables; documentation
solutions etc. We can create and organize Geo-databases and even work with users to ingest these database services
into “seamless” GIS geo-databases and geo-metadata that can form the back-bone of GIS solutions of any organization.
Micro ITG India Ltd. specializes conducting Geophysical survey is the systematic collection of geophysical data for spatial studies.
Geophysical surveys you can use a great variety of sensing instruments, and data may be collected from above or below the Earth's
surface or from aerial, orbital, or marine platforms. Geophysical surveys applications in Earth science, archaeology, mineral,
energy exploration and oceanography.
GPR (Ground-Penetrating Radar) SURVEY
Ground-penetrating radar survey is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface. This is non-destructive
method uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave band of the radio spectrum, and detects the reflected signals from subsurface
structures. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a tool you can use in survey in any underground asset and also GPR allows archaeologists
to survey archaeological sites in a short amount of time with precision and without digging.
Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is sometimes called georadar, ground probing radar, or subsurface radar. GPR uses electromagnetic wave
propagation and scattering to image, locate and quantitatively identify contrasts in electrical and magnetic properties in the ground.
It may be performed from the surface of the earth, in a borehole or between boreholes, from aircraft or satellites. GPR has the highest
resolution in subsurface imaging of any geophysical method, approaching centimetres under the right conditions. Depth of Investigation
varies from less than a meter to over 5,400 meters (over glacial ice sheet), depending upon material properties.