GEODI is a unique search engine and all the areas of use we talk about here are based on it’s capabilities. GEODI 200+ examines different formats and dozens of different files in the timeline, make it searchable from one point. It is becoming one of the most critical capabilities of access to information for individuals or institutions to increase as today's avalanche of digital data.
Reaching information quickly make it possible to have quick decisions. The quick decision maker wins. We can only understand the results of inaccurate decisions or indecisions due to inaccessible information or accessing the information very late.
A way of breaking the chains of ineffective works, unfinished projects, rising tension and unfortunate events is to make accessing the information easier. The most basic profit of GEODI is to facilitate access to the information. The ease of accessing to the information will save time and money, increasing the performance.
GEODI brings a very different approach to the classical archive system.
We are faced with a wide variety of data pools within different software, different times, different working styles, different information from external channels. By eliminating all these differences, GEODI promises you access to information with a single interface. Databases, documents, and even social media are accessible from a single point!
You may be an inspector, judge, intelligence agent, journalist, or an academic researcher. You may want to find personal data on your network (privacy act). It is very difficult to read through thousands of documents, articles and takes so much time needed to read.
Some of GEODI's talents make it a lot easier. Pre-extraction of critical information makes it easy to resolve display conflicts in the form of maps or network charts of documents and to achieve the result. It is a feature that makes it easy to focus on the main task whilst taking notes on location, picture and of course searching.
GEODI makes it critically easy to follow what was said about you with social media. There are software that does this job by word tracking. GEODI takes this issue one step further and is able to monitor concepts as well. Give a tweet after a person's name, announce the date later, or create a news / tweet map with the place names in a tweet for a municipality, analyze them, and it's very easy with GEODI.
CBSs are beneficial applications but require data entry. They are also connected completely to structured data. You have the locations/geometries of the parcels in your hand, but you cannot use the data generated in an expropriation information system.
Today there is a coercion that everything should be around the GIS. GEODI breaks these walls and increases the use of valuable information produced by GIS. When a certificate is issued, GEODI automatically associates the document with the relevant parcel, automatically placing it in place of the map with the mileage of the railway project, for instance.
The time that is spent with both internal and external channels is very valuable.
With its key features, it facilitates both the in-house team's work and makes the process between the organization and the contractor very manageable and traceable.
The number of data formats we are facing differ a lot. Things are getting out of hand when it comes to separate application for all of them. And there is a mobile side of business. With the 200+ format GEODI supports, it saves you from this trouble. In addition to office documents, PDF, formats such as UDF, DWG, NCZ are also supported.
For software developers, GEODI offers many possibilities. Our Partners site explains the benefits of integration. GEODI provides simplification of databases. It makes basic search functions much more efficient and takes much shorter time. Imaging adds flexibility with non-structural data processing capabilities.
Imagine that hundreds of documents, diagrams, and corrections documents have been constantly produced during the construction projects and they have been continuously shared between internal and external stakeholders through emails...