Spatial Analysis and Data

Data Research, Acquisition and Analysis

Kathy Alborado

Chamber Policy Committee Co-Chair

CEO, Helios HR
Chamber Policy Committee

Waterborne experts can

Help you find and analyze the data you need for your projects

Ever wondered what crop is grown where, what high-resolution land cover datasets are available or what soil profile information is available for Latin America? Waterborne’s expertise in data research and acquisition can help you answer those questions and many more. We support our clients with finding parcel-level land use and crop information in the US, Europe, and South America. Our experts monitoring ongoing data development activities from many organizations to ensure we can provide you with the best available data. 


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Before you can convert data into information, you first must obtain and understand the data. Waterborne experts can help you find and analyze the data you need for your projects. Geospatial data analysis can be very useful in discovering new information as part of chemical exposure assessments, water quality research, and impacts of chemicals on the environment. With the rapid growth of GIS worldwide, it simply means that new and better information is being generated and becoming available daily. As part of any project, Waterborne will research the availability of new and updated data sources that enable us to improve the quality of the work conducted.

Our team of GIS specialists can help you with acquisition of data worldwide including agricultural census, GIS datasets, land use, soils, weather, and water quality monitoring data. We will process the data and turn them into new enhanced data sources for use in your projects. 

Remote sensing (RS) is often the basis for new geospatial information. Many national spatial data infrastructure organizations use remote sensed data for base information such as road centerlines, land cover and land use, topography (DEM and lidar), and hydrography. However, so much more can be obtained from remote sensed data such as crop development, crop planting dates, land use composition along streams and more. Our team can help obtain and process this complex and rich data into valuable information for your project needs.

Our expertise/services areas are:

  • Spatial analysis
  • Programming & Automation
  • Spatial Modeling
  • Context Setting and Crosswalks
  • Monitoring database explorer