SIG

For real estate and work environment managers, the mapping and geo-decisional approach are powerful levers for supporting your business. AREMIS will guide you in the implementation of GIS mapping approaches geared to your needs. 

Our skills

Making the most of the power of mapping software requires several sometimes contradictory issues to be combined:

  • Highlighting the data before all: colours, returns, scales, etc.
  • Giving preference to navigation ergonomics
  • Avoiding implementation where the complexity is too great
  • Cross-referencing various sources of information

Making a success of a GIS mapping project for the management of real estate assets

As a business line specialist, AREMIS helps you to get off to a good start and tackle your mapping aim calmly and pragmatically.

Whether you are just starting your thought process on how to use maps to make your data talk, or are already well advanced in the rollout of the GIS software, AREMIS will give you tailored guidance.

Our guidance for your GIS mapping projects

AREMIS offers a range of guidance services on GIS technologies for real estate and the work environment:

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  • Choice of the right technology
  • Cross-referencing of mapping sources
  • Geomatic analyses
  • Practical GIS applications
  • User training
  • Specialist mapping studies
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Our solutions

The skills we offer for managing your SIG mapping projects

Our skills


  • Geomaticians
  • Sigists
  • ArcGIS software from ESRI
  • QGIS software
  • Updating of maps and asset databases
  • Processing of mapping data
  • Training on ArcGIS from ESRI and QGIS software

What is a Geographic Information System (GIS)?

A geographic information system or GIS is an information system that makes it possible to collect, store, process, analyse, manage and present all types of spatial and geographic data.

The term GIS is fairly general and combines numerous mapping technologies and related methodologies.

The main fundamentals of a GIS are based on the use of geo-referenced objects (vector forms or raster images): located in a centralised repository (geographic coordinates, time, business line attributes, etc.) and represented in business line layers.

The use of 2D and 3D maps makes it possible to produce multiple uses in our daily lives or the business world, such as geolocation, the calculation of distances and routes, thematic representations, help with decision-making, etc.