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Solstice creates customized spatial planning tools that inform land-use management for both government and industry. We integrate GIS analytics with regulatory expertise to support environmental assessments, landscape planning, municipal development, wetland conservation, and other policy-relevant environmental challenges.

Innovators in environmental-sensitivities mapping, we have mapped a wide range of landscapes from boreal and parkland to the grassland and urban settings across Alberta. Our specialists combine and translate satellite imagery, LIDAR, terrain and other spatial-data products into mapping of land-cover types, wetland locations, soil types and other environmental sensitivities.

 

Proven GIS and remote sensing innovations to identify wetlands, soils, habitat types, connectivity, and biodiversity value, at local and landscape scales, more efficiently and at lower cost than our competitors

Employ our customized spatial analytics to map environmental sensitivities with sufficient accuracy for use in environmental impact assessments and regional management plans.

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Develop predictive soil and terrain maps and combine these with other remote sensing products

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Interpret remote sensing and spatial analyses in an applied context for land-use, reclamation, conservation, and applied environmental management challenges

Create visually compelling mapping and integrated analysis of  findings to help you share results with others, and make smart, timely decisions

Services

  • Satellite imagery analysis and interpretation (Sentinel, Landsat, Spot, SAR, etc.).

  • Land cover classification from satellite imagery

  • Wetland identification from remote sensing analyses

  • Landscape-change detection and analysis

  • LIDAR analytics for terrain, flow analysis, volume assessment, and habitat quality

  • Habitat connectivity mapping

  • Hydrological modeling

  • Constraint assessments to identify economic, environmental and historical issues

  • Spatial statistics and analyses

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