High-resolution satellite imagery and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) data allow analysts to identify hot spots, along with other trends and patterns for crime mapping.
GIS maps and data mapping applications for crime mapping have become a necessary tool in law enforcement agencies worldwide, probably one of the most valuable tools available. Crime mapping is a key component of crime analysis.
Satellite images can display important information about criminal activities happening around the nation and around our world. The added functionality of satellite imagery and GIS maps have increased the capabilities of crime-fighting due to the efficiency and speed of the analysis.
Example of GIS Map in an Urban Area
QuickBird (0.6m) Satellite Image
(Image Copyright © DigitalGlobe and GIS Map by Satellite Imaging Corporation)
GIS maps allow analysts to overlay other datasets such as census demographics, locations of stores, banks, and schools, etc., to better understand the underlying causes of crime and help law enforcement administrators to devise strategies to deal with the problem. GIS is also useful for law enforcement operations, such as allocating police officers and dispatching them to emergencies.
Our imaging and GIS experts are experienced in the feature extraction, manipulation, and supplementation of satellite image data, by using our advanced remote sensing techniques, we can provide color and panchromatic image processing services, as well pan-sharpening with image data fusion, image enhancements, georeferencing, mosaicing, and color/grayscale balancing.