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Geo solutions, diagnostic and territory studies

Diagnosis and land studies

  • Our company provides information regarding economic conditions, geography, infrastructure, population, institutional, etc.

Land cadastre

The process by which information of the territory is collected and it can accurately identify, property boundaries, areas, owners and other rights that exist on the ground using the latest technology.
Upon completion of the field work this is systematized so that our customers can obtain a management information system that not only includes territorial graphic and alphanumeric information of the spatial, but also a multipurpose component that it can be used to develop the interest geographical area.

Rights Diagnosis

The aim is to identify the existence of rights or limitations relating to land use in the area of interest by working a detailed list of both land owners as Peasant and Native Communities.

To achieve the objectives we poses an advanced geographic information system to register, map and to elaborate a cartographic base, territory features, cadastral and social information of the Peruvian territory. It also identifies the possible limitations on the right of ownership of land, such as the declaration of cultural heritage, protected areas, and mining rights, among others.

Quantification, Evaluation and Qualification of Stocks

With participation of leading experts on geographic, economic and social characteristics of the land and property that are located within the area of interest.

The studies include land capability, delimitation of existing uses, and inventory of agricultural crops, orchards, plantations, buildings and related works and all features to set the value of the property or estimate damages.

Planning, negotiation, research and risk management for cases that require updates relocation of premises and or towns of the areas of interest form part of related works.

Appraisal and Valuation

The valuation of land is intended to establish the amounts of compensation to provide for the establishment of easements and damages, as well as for the purchase of land. This activity generates a file for each property valuation, which is expressed in the value of the easement or purchase with respect to the affected area, in addition to the summary of valuations and table of valued stocks.

Valuations are calculated using the market value contained in Regulation of Peru National Assessments is conducted by experts and appraisers.

Geographic Information Systems

  • Establishment of required geodesic control points.
  • Survey of land in general.
  • Surveying of roads.
  • Surveys of aqueducts, canals, pipelines, bus way.
  • Pressure Equalization.

Integral Topographic

Georeferencing of satellite images


We are able to provide satellite images in order to easy activities of different sector of the economy. Their relevance is as follows:


Mining is a high investment, high risk and usually a strictly regulated industry that requires timely and accurate geospatial data. Imagery is used in mining to plan exploration, perform daily operations, ensure environmental compliance, and complete land reclamation. Image solutions help mining professionals identify, analyze, and act on geological data. .


Satellite imagery is ideally suited to support efforts to manage our natural resources: from monitoring agricultural crops, to managing the risk of wildfires, mapping remote watersheds, or evaluating the impacts of human settlements on the environment. These information can be provide to public institutions, commercial organizations and conservation groups in order to help to develop their activities and main duties..


In today’s hydrocarbon market, earth imagery significantly lowers operating costs, facilitates sound decision making, and contributes to responsible development of this important resource through all of the phases of finding, producing, and distributing it.
The Oil and Gas Industry has used imagery and remote sensing to coarsely map areas for decades, but advances in digital technology and remote sensing applications since then has multiplied the value and variety of uses for imagery throughout the oilfield lifespan. Today, your imagery dollar investment results in 10 to 1,000 time’s greater savings in planning, executing, and monitoring exploration and production throughout the oil/gas field cycle.


• Capacity Planning
Imagery integrates easily into GIS to enhance understanding of the demographic changes and location based information required to insure that current capacity matches to the growth or decline of a service region. High-resolution satellite imagery helps planners create up to date maps with city boundaries, roads, urban streets, population, and other attributes that can help identify planning goals.

• Land Use and Compliance
The ever-increasing regulations and required permits for operating within the utility industry make imagery an essential tool for completing the compliance and approval process or managing land ownership rights. Imagery provides valuable visual insights for accomplishing tasks like assessing proper buffering around power lines, placing roadside equipment boxes for least visual impact, and determining placement of sewer lines consistent with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. In addition, imagery accurately documents aspects of projects, helping permit granting agencies return quick decisions. Earth imagery has also served as a record of accuracy in lawsuit disputes.


With before and after imagery of a disrupted area, Insurance companies can plan aid to support their customers. Even before a disaster, our imagery is a valuable base layer to evaluate risk factors and establish burden formulas and tables to institute policy pricing for varying demographic areas.


With the combination of easy access to imagery and more accessible software tools, Whit panchromatic, color and multispectral imagery supports humanitarian efforts around the world. Satellite imagery is employed for emergency planning, damage assessment, relief coordination and recovery management.


The visual clarity and technical accuracy of earth imagery reveals a more comprehensive view of a selected site and its surrounding area. Physical factors like access to new roadways, where nearby commercial and residential areas exist and identification of the types and condition of abutting vegetation are not revealed in standard line maps and visual mockups. Using high resolution imagery, today’s land development professionals achieve a greater understanding of the overall geography and terrain and report fewer site visits, which previously consumed greater time, money, and resources.