Trinity Technology Group’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Team has worked on multiple GIS enterprise Projects. These projects have involved the integration of GIS into various legacy and enterprise databases with numerous business processes. Our professionals are experienced in Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) design, and in integrating core GIS technologies through enterprise Middleware Architecture.
Our team also has extensive experience implementing Enterprise GIS, with practiced and proven skills in: geo-database design and technologies, management and migration, GIS integration with other enterprise applications using the latest tools and technologies, and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We have developed custom applications to integrate business processes and GIS operations for Healthcare and Natural Resources. SOA provides great platforms for sharing data and map services. The GIS based SOA architecture provides flexibility for application developers and users in an organization.
We have developed mature technical processes and expertise to carry out GIS related services. We have systematic and methodological processes in place to provide end-to-end GIS Services specific to the latest GIS tools and technologies.
Business Intelligence and Data WareHouse, Case Management, Geographic Information Systems, Health and Human Services, Health Care
Our location-based analytics projects helped locate the customer distribution in and around respective clinics. The spatial analysis of customer data provided the basis for new clinics, arranging the services from one clinic to [...]
The Dam Safety Branch application collects, analyzes, reports and stores critical data pertaining to the safety and performance of State Water Project dams. Utilizing a web-based interface with integrated GIS functionality and a mobile application, [...]
Geographic Information Systems, Mobile and Field Inspection, Natural Resources, Natural Resources and Energy
The California Statewide Groundwater Elevation Monitoring (CASGEM) Program enabled collaboration between local monitoring parties and the Department of Water Resources as they collected groundwater elevation information and made that information available to the public. The [...]