Thorough project planning is integral to success, and spatial and economic land use analysis is an important piece of any land-based project’s development.
Kenex uses LIDAR and high resolution image interpretation to obtain information about current and historic land cover and terrain morphology and integrates it with other spatial data to create models that will help to determine the most suitable land uses for an area of interest.
This analysis can help deliver better outcomes in terms of environmental preservation, risk and safety hazards, and profit forecasts, reducing development costs and increasing overall profitability of the project.
We use these skills in a range of industries to help clients determine land use suitability for horticulture, forestry, apiculture, and agriculture and can use our data to calculate potential economic revenue by hectare for a selected crop or other land use.
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