"In the right hands, data can provide a wealth of information to help improve decision-making, communicate ideas, and offer a more objective look at the world, territories, and their populations."
Development and deployment on an internal server of a web Geographic Information System (GIS) (database / map server / application). The GIS web is used to visualize wastewater networks and related elements and to access the attributes of them, to make plots, to add GPS readings, to export data, and to evolve the network. by creating, modifying, removing water pipes, sewage treatment plants, ... The GIS Web also makes it possible to position points on the parcels where a non-collective sanitation inspection has been carried out and to inform several elements including the conformity of the installation, the date of upgrading, ... We have recently added to this GIS web the Local Urban Planning Plans (PLU) and all the prescriptions and urban planning information (easements , PPRI, ...). The whole is coupled to a cadastral research module and is dynamically linked to the application of instruction of the files of town planning allowing a semi-automated instruction of files of town planning.
Development and deployment on the internal server of a web Geographic Information System (GIS) (database / map server / application) with secure access via the Internet. The GIS web allows to visualize the network of drinking water, differentiated by type of network, and to access the attributes of it, to make plots, to add GPS readings, to export the data, and to evolve their network by creating, modifying, removing water pipes, valves, ... Recently, we have vectorized and added the entire public lighting network of the city.
Realization of a study on the urban bus network at the Creusot Montceau Community with the realization of analysis maps and a cartographic application allowing to visualize them. The maps present the current network of bus lines with the possibility of superimposing several layers of information representing areas of traffic materialized by households likely to use the urban bus network (cartography of young people under 18, people elderly people, low-income people, ...), and traffic receiving areas materialized by the different types of equipment of the territory (sports halls, theaters, ...). This study helped to highlight the good bus network service in some neighborhoods, while others were further away, and in fact to adapt the bus routes to this geographical reality highlighted by the cards.
GeoQriosity was created in 2015 by Jérôme Hippolyte. A geographer by training, Jérôme spent 10 years as a researcher in charge of the Habitat/Great Urban Renovation Project (GPRU) in a local council community of 32 towns. GeoQriosity was the triangulation of Jérôme’s Town Planning, Geography and Coding expertise, a company designed to present complex data simply using advanced geo-mapping techniques.