Mapmatics GIS


Custom GIS Solutions


Including metes and bounds, (STR) section / township / range, abstract / survey, leasehold tracts, surface ownership, and much more


Take your project to the next level with maps that can be used for a variety of purposes, including planning, analysis, and presentation


Whether you need to collect data for mapping, analysis, or visualization, UAVs can provide a powerful and cost-effective solution, while incorporating
improved accuracy, enhanced safety, and reduced costs.


Mapmatics GIS provides detailed legal boundary maps that are accurate and up-to-date. Our maps can help you understand the boundaries of your property and assist with legal matters such as property disputes or compliance with zoning regulations.


Geographic information systems (GIS) provide a powerful tool for the oil and gas industry, enabling companies to visualize, analyze, and manage complex geographic data. Here are just a few of the benefits of using GIS in the oil and gas industry:Improved decision-making: GIS technology enables oil and gas companies to integrate and analyze data from a wide range of sources, including geological, geophysical, and environmental data. This can provide a more complete picture of potential oil and gas reserves, helping companies to make more informed decisions about exploration and development.Enhanced visualization: GIS tools enable oil and gas companies to create detailed maps and 3D models that can help visualize the location and characteristics of oil and gas reserves. This can be invaluable for planning, analysis, and communication with stakeholders.Enhanced safety and environmental management: GIS technology can help oil and gas companies to identify and mitigate potential safety and environmental risks. For example, GIS can be used to create maps that show the location of sensitive environmental areas, pipelines, and other infrastructure, helping companies to avoid potential conflicts and avoid damaging the environment.Overall, GIS technology offers a wide range of benefits for the oil and gas industry, helping companies to make more informed decisions, improve safety and environmental management, and stay ahead of the competition.


Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, offer a versatile and cost-effective tool for data collection. Below are some benefits:Improved accuracy: UAVs can collect data from a wide range of sensors, including high-resolution cameras, lidar, and other sensors. This can provide highly accurate data that can be used for a variety of purposes, including mapping, analysis, and visualization.Enhanced safety: UAVs can collect data in situations where it may be unsafe or impractical for humans to do so. For example, UAVs can be used to collect data in hazardous environments, such as disaster areas or industrial sites, without risking the safety of human operators.Reduced costs: UAVs are typically less expensive to operate than traditional data collection methods, such as aerial surveys or ground surveys. This can save businesses and organizations time and money, while still providing high-quality data.



Dynamic Environmental Impact Analyzer (DEIA):Details: Provides real-time analysis of environmental impacts based on current exploration activities. It adjusts data dynamically as operations progress, offering immediate insights and alerts.Examples: Monitoring the impact of drilling activities on nearby water bodies, real-time air quality assessment during fracking operations.Predictive Maintenance Scheduler (PMS):Details: Uses historical data and predictive analytics to forecast maintenance needs for infrastructure like pipelines and drilling equipment, optimizing maintenance schedules and reducing downtime.Examples: Predicting the failure of pipeline sections due to corrosion, scheduling preventative maintenance for drilling rigs based on usage patterns.Resource Optimization Mapper (ROM):Details: Identifies the most resource-efficient drilling sites by analyzing geological, environmental, and logistical data to maximize yield and minimize costs.Examples: Selecting optimal drilling sites in an oil field, determining the best locations for new wells in a gas reservoir.Carbon Offset Locator (COL):Details: Identifies potential areas for carbon offset projects, such as reforestation or renewable energy installations, and optimizes these locations for maximum impact.Examples: Pinpointing ideal locations for tree planting projects to offset carbon emissions, identifying sites for solar farms that would provide the greatest environmental benefit.Renewable Integration Planner (RIP):Details: Helps companies plan and integrate renewable energy sources (solar, wind, etc.) into their existing energy grids, considering factors like energy demand, grid capacity, and environmental impact.Examples: Planning the integration of wind turbines into a regional power grid, optimizing the placement of solar panels on corporate campuses.Hazard Prediction and Response System (HPRS):Details: Predicts natural hazards like landslides or floods and provides response strategies to mitigate risks to exploration activities, enhancing safety and reducing potential damage.Examples: Forecasting flood risks in coastal drilling areas, developing emergency response plans for landslide-prone regions.Geothermal Potential Assessment Tool (GPAT):Details: Identifies and assesses potential geothermal energy sites using subsurface temperature data and geological conditions, helping companies invest in sustainable energy sources.Examples: Locating high-potential geothermal sites in volcanic regions, evaluating the feasibility of geothermal energy projects in remote areas.Biodiversity Monitoring System (BMS):Details: Tracks biodiversity changes in exploration areas to help companies minimize their ecological footprint and comply with environmental regulations.Examples: Monitoring the impact of drilling on local wildlife populations, assessing the health of ecosystems surrounding mining operations.Energy Efficiency Tracker (EET):Details: Monitors and analyzes energy consumption patterns across different sites, suggesting improvements to reduce energy usage and costs.Examples: Analyzing energy use in multiple drilling sites to identify efficiency improvements, tracking energy consumption in real-time to detect wasteful practices.Stakeholder Communication Mapper (SCM):Details: Maps and visualizes stakeholder interests and concerns in relation to exploration activities, improving communication and decision-making processes.Examples: Visualizing the impact of drilling on local communities, mapping stakeholder feedback on proposed energy projects.