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National Impact

Lyew-Ayee Jr - Too Much Stupidity Causing Carnage on Our Roads

Jul 25, 2016

"Enough is enough. We cannot continue like this. We all as a population need to be part of the solution, and not rely on Government, the police, or anyone else, for that matter,...

MGI Blue Feature - The Negril – Jamaica, Breakwater Project Abandoned

Jul 25, 2016

Beach erosion occurs when waves and currents remove sand from the beach system. The loss of sand causes the beach to become narrower and lower in elevation. Storm waves carry the...

MGI Blue Feature - The South China Sea/Law of the Sea

Jul 25, 2016

There are several benefits to China if it is allowed to expand its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), these include: additional sea resources, and increase their trading power...

MGI Blue Feature - Kingston’s Race to Climate Departure

Jul 25, 2016

The term “climate departure” marks the point at which the earth’s climate begins to enter  into a new state, one where heat records are routinely shattered and what once was...

Going Beyond the Physical Community: Jamaican GIS Projects Yield Practical Benefits.

Mar 24, 2016

Going Beyond the Physical Community By Parris Lyew-Ayee Jr., Mona GeoInformatics Ltd. and the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica Jamaican GIS projects yield practical...

What we're doing now

  • Transportation Route Analysis
  • Fatal Crash Mapping
  • Islandwide Building Mapping
  • Real Estate Surveillance
  • CDML Launch for Coastal Research
  • Archaeology/Agriculture Co-relation Model
  • UWI Infrastructure Asset Mapping
  • Crash Mapping & Online Fatal Crash Map
  • Transportation Asset Mapping
  • Characterising Current Structure of Portland Bight
  • UAV Photography and Mapping
  • Regional Climate Change Scenario Modelling
  • Classification of Fish Sanctuaries
  • Logistics - International Shipping
  • Mapping of Violence Related Injuries
  • Downtown Kingston 3D Visualization 
  • Future Jamaica Model Forecasting
  • High-Resolution Wind Velocity Modelling

 

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