How does GIS data help in traffic studies?

GIS and traffic studies data processing for USA by Telegenisys

January 11, 2016

The success of a business depends on various factors like the set-up, the decor, the product, how exactly it fulfills your business needs, and the location. Do you know that as a business owner, if you actually invest the time, effort, and of course a little bit of money, you can use GIS data-based traffic studies to understand the best possible location for your set-up? The idea is to look for a place where your business is least likely to be interrupted by the traffic schedules. This basically gives you a chance to channelize your strategies more accurately to grow your business rather than worry about the traffic problem in the neighborhood.

How is GIS data done?

GIS Data analysis involves collecting traffic data from different designated locations. This data is then carefully analyzed. Everything from the flow of traffic at different times and the condition or accessibility of the street is included in this study. This data analysis is a compilation of various processes, modules, and techniques.

What does Telegenisys do?

Telegenisys specializes in providing all types of support to maintain complicated GIS information databases. The material required for GIS data analysis can be in the form of images, digital content, and a whole lot of other formats. However, Telegenisys is well-equipped to provide all the required support to decode as well as maintain mounds of data. As experts, Telegenisys specializes in analyzing photo sources for such data and tracking sometimes hard to see features for model development.

How can GIS coded traffic studies help your business?

Elaborating on the uses of GIS coded traffic study points out that the information can be used to:

  1. Identify the best location for your business. Based on traffic patterns, you can decide the type of place that ensures easy accessibility to your store or set-up.
  2. You can use the traffic study to analyze the impact on store construction.
  3. You can also work out the staff hours for your employees.
  4. Even government agencies rely on GIS data for transport planning and traffic engineering.
  5. Freight planning and advice
  6. Parking strategies, analysis, and advice
  7. Pedestrian simulation and traffic and transport modeling
  8. Road safety audits and analysis
  9. Strategic route planning and feasibility studies
  10. Travel behavior change and a whole lot more!

GIS Coding Data Support

Telegenisys has been providing Geographic Information System or GIS Coding data support for traffic studies and road mapping since 2012. With an experience of mapping more than fifty thousand miles of roads in America, It has provided support for several state Department of Transportation (DOT) contracts along with its partners to perform data reduction by counting vehicles, tracing vehicle movements and creating other data for analysis models being used by contractors for DOT analysis work. This coding helps clients understand the network of roads around the area. With an experience of mapping more than fifty thousand roads in America, Telegenisys has developed the right kind of expertise in processing GIS data.

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