Thomson Habitats are now working in partnership with Thomson Ecology’s geospatial services department who will provide GIS support on a regular basis.
Thomson Habitats will be able to utilise the TIM (Thomson Interactive Mapping) team’s innovative capabilities, connecting the office with the field. With the use of mobile mappers to collect and upload accurate survey results, the information can be viewed “live” by the project teams, including photographs, reports and health and safety documents, providing a complete project management system.
Peter Broomhead, Environmental Manager at Network Rail was impressed with TIM’s capabilities:
“TIM is a very powerful, easy-to-use mapping tool which presents ecology survey data in an accessible format, adding context and depth to the information it contains.”
Thomson Interactive Mapping (TIM) has recently been shortlisted as a finalist for the Construction News Awards 2015.