We work together with our customers to identify the most important impact indicators related to spatial data for their organisation. The impact indicators are derived from the strategic goals of the organisation, so that they are meaningful for the development of your operations. In close cooperation with your organisation’s experts, we ensure that there is data from which to produce metrics and analyse how the data can be leveraged.
The data for impact indicators is collected automatically from the different data sources that are relevant for the indicators. These sources can be, but are not limited to: Spatineo platforms, automated surveys, Website analytics and data gathered form customer organisation.
The collected data is analysed and visualised on dashboards. Analysing trends and progress in real-time gives you the ability to adjust actions according to needs. Are you reaching your goals and what is needed for success?
We give recommendations and support you in reaching the goals with the right knowledge and tools. We deliver our solutions efficiently with knowledge transferred to your organisation.
Only about 22% of the annual potential economic benefits from the use of spatial data has been realised in Finland. This was the results of spatineo's Impact study for Finnish National Land Survey (Maanmittauslaitos). You can download the whole study for free here. The study displays some of the methdology we use in our calculations, and how we collect information for the end results.
Download the study for free here.
We assessed the potential economic benefit of the use of geodata in the digital urban planning and building process in Sweden with our partner GIS-Kvalitet i Norden. The annual potential economic benefit of efficient use of geodata in the digital urban planning and building process is SEK 22.6 – 42.2 billion per year for in Sweden. Most of the economic benefits analyzed in the study are time and cost savings that are distributed among all parties: municipalities, government organizations, private companies and citizens.
Download the full study here for free!