Spatial Digitech designs unique and esthetical maps of high visual quality based on international semiological and toponymic standards. Our vision of the cartographic design allows us to understand all themes and components via our products of grade 1 and grade 2.
In addition to digital maps we also offer printing on a wide range of paper media adapted to different needs (see our brochure).
*Grade 1: Cartographic products derived from raw data
*Grade 2: Cartographic products derived from grade 1 data analysis
Spatial digitech achieve outstanding maps using valid dataset compatible with all the GIS vector and raster formats. Our pocess can be described as the following :
- Data Collection: We collect, process and value our customers’ data to make them compatible with our GIS tools and the quality of our workflow. We also offer a mobile data collection service if needed to supplement existing data or to collect new ones.
- Cartographic conception: We propose to our clients a series of designs based on a sample of their data to fix together in a professional context the result of the cartographic work. This involves features symbology, color palettes, map wrapping, north icon, scale bar, and so on.
- Understanding of the need: We prefer listening more than anything else to provide an adequate end-result with the expectations of our client.
We identify the issues, the purposes for using the map and the target audience to provide an ethical, beautiful and effective product.
- Revisions: Any work that is as elaborate as it requires sometimes some revisions to reflect the change in the client’s vision or strategy. Therefore, Spatial Digitech provides short-term support to its customers by offering them the possibility of reviewing maps even after they have been developed to remain dynamic and evolving.
Grade 1 products
It’s simple, you give us a valid data set / we create outstanding maps!
Grade 2 products
Your valid dataset is not enough, or you don’t have one at all?
Let us take care of it by searching for you a valid data sources from internet, state organizations and many other sources to make your map.
If none suits you, then we propose to create the data ourselves the way you like it to be by field data collection.