Installation Management (IGI&S)

Premier Installation Geospatial Services and Solutions

GISinc is proud to support installation managers through our best in class geospatial services and solutions. We can help in your mission to provide better situational awareness, improve timelines, and work to help increase the resilience of the infrastructure you manage.

Clients rely on us for smart installations/safe installations, indoor positioning systems (IPS), Range Managers Toolkit (RMTK), energy management, data migration, and enterprise GIS development and system support. GISinc’s team of experts has supported the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and other agencies to OSD’s Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Installations, and Environment (SDSFIE). Moving these entities to a standard data model enabled enterprise reconciliation of GIS data with real property and other back-office systems. These integrations helped agencies better prepare for Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) related activity.

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United States Navy

Energy Management Solution

Throughout the life of this project, our team of data analysts, systems and database architects as well as software developers support and maintain the Navy Shore Geospatial Energy Module (NSGEM) for the US Navy. NSGEM is an enterprise web-based mapping solution. NSGEM has been developed to assist the Navy in monitoring energy consumption to ensure that installations can meet the Navy Energy Reduction Goals. The system provides Navy leadership with visibility on energy consumption at the Facility, Installation, Region, and Enterprise worldwide perspectives. NSGEM provides this insight by utilizing a variety of existing Navy systems, such as real property and asset management, and gives Installation personnel the tools needed to identify the highest energy consumers. 

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