Commitment to Data Quality – T3W commits to providing the highest quality data encompassing all aspects — collection, creation, standardization, integration and analysis. We understand that data quality is essential to the health of our client’s organization and we are focused on delivering services that meet the highest standards of quality. By following in-depth QA / QC processes, training our employees, and utilizing Esri’s Mapping and Charting Software, T3W has created a comprehensive model for producing quality data. Our approach enables clients to achieve maximum quality with their data and programs by assisting with implementation strategies, creating templates, configuring customer work spaces, developing workflows, and providing consultative training to ensure successful integration with existing processes. We strive for continual process improvement, always focused on supplying superior value to our clients.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) – Ranging from providing high-level program support which includes facilitating developing program vision and goals, developing user guidance on data maintenance and outreach / training, to the details of conducting GIS work, including gap analyses; field survey plans; converting / standardizing / creating GIS data; cleaning / standardizing data; database design and administration (GIS geodatabases, Oracle, SQL, ArcSDE); developing policy and user guides; developing custom applications and tools; developing / web-enabling applications; developing GIS Websites; training; and GIS system assessment, design, implementation and integration.
Space Management / Movement – Using a combination of GIS and Auto CAD, develop spatial data management and decision support systems for optimizing facility usage and minimizing operational costs.
Data Gap Analysis – Determine the variance between existing data and required data and provide detailed reports on the status and quality of data and the steps necessary to collect missing and improve existing data.
Develop and Maintain GIS Data – Develop GIS data by conducting GPS surveys, and then maintaining both new and existing data in geodatabases, Oracle and SQL databases. Using a proven quality process, we ensure all data is checked for accuracy and standard compliance prior to being stored in a database.
Clean and Standardize Data – Whether using existing or new data, we ensure all data is standardized to enable data sharing. We are expert in Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure and Environment (SDSFIE) compliance; however, we can use any existing standards and protocols used by our clients. We adhere to standards for setting and maintaining metadata using either Federal Geographic Data Committee standards or specialized standards required by the client.
Database Design and Administration – We create and maintain data in all of the following database applications: SQL, Oracle 9 / 8i / 9i / 10g: Database Administration, Performance and Tuning, Distributed Databases, Advanced Replication, Spatial, Oracle Designer. Based on the requirements, number of users, type of data and information to be stored and accessed, we help select the right database or adopt databases already in use.
Develop Policies and User Guides – Whether as a result of our process improvement analysis or as an independent effort, we write policies and procedures that address any aspect of technical and business operations. We write policies that help streamline an organization and achieve maximum operational effectiveness. We also write GIS User Guides so personnel understand the protocols and conventions necessary to maintain, use and share accurate data.
Develop Website Applications – Based on business analysis and specification design, we web-enable GIS applications to allow for sharing and visualizing of data with individuals without the need for specialized GIS software. We also provide document management systems to allow for accessing, editing, and archiving any type of document or information (Word, PDF, AutoCAD, MicroStation, GIS, BitMap). This information may also be linked and accessed using GIS technologies.