Site selection analysis is a critical process that involves a comprehensive assessment of potential locations for a business operation, such as a new store, manufacturing plant, or office. It entails gathering and analyzing various factors, such as market socioeconomics, competition, transportation and infrastructure, labor availability, real estate costs, and regulatory environment.
By conducting this analysis, businesses can make informed decisions about where to establish or expand their operations while considering the strengths and weaknesses of each potential area.
Geocint is our unique open source ETL data pipeline framework, leveraging the power of PostgreSQL, PostGIS, and H3 hexagons to provide a high-throughput, standalone geospatial data ETL/CI/CD pipeline.
Our team at Kontur, with extensive experience in geospatial data processing, has identified the need for a tool that addresses the unique demands of geospatial data, and Geocint is our answer.
We are building the ultimate publicly available global population dataset by obtaining and processing all available data and fixing all known issues.
It was initially developed as a fundamental part of Disaster Ninja to help Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team take actions confidently based on data correlated with population density.
Disaster Ninja lets emergency cartographers prepare mapping tasks in minutes instead of hours.
When a disaster strikes, humanitarian mapping teams face such challenges as choosing the area that needs to be mapped as quickly and accurately as possible. Our interactive dashboard helps save precious time by presenting the event’s details and all available datasets in a succinct, visual form.
Kontur offers specialized basemaps that do not interfere with the display of overlayed colored data.
You can get OpenStreetMap-based map styles made with MapCSS for your products.
Kontur offers various tools to empower municipal authorities, urban planners, and businesses with geospatial analytics and situational intelligence for achieving smart city objectives.
Get information about changes in the course of events from reputable sources via a simple service and use that to make decisions about people, infrastructure and assets faster.
Global Fires viewer visualizes fire data globally and helps find spots free from smoke pollution during wildfire season.
In case of fire unfolding outside your window, it is vital to know where to find breathable areas nearby. When a threat develops rapidly information should be available at your fingertips. Therefore Kontur has been able to gather information about fires and air quality conditions into a tool available for mobile devices in real-time.
Dispatcher 112 app helps dispatchers locate the closest fire stations and send the fire brigades faster to the emergency scene.
The laconic solution includes a typo-proof address search, custom routing algorithm for fire trucks, street length, and roof area measuring tools. The technology works well for the Minsk Fire Dept. and can improve disaster response worldwide.
Estimating losses in the event of a disaster is difficult, and initial loss predictions rarely match the actual costs.
We created an algorithm to compute monetary loss based on statistical data using Kontur Platform capabilities.
Kontur offers advanced mapping and data services.
Whether you face logistic challenges having just addresses you have to put on a map or if you have the whole country insured and want to estimate potential risks in case of disaster, we can enrich your data using various Kontur Platform capabilities.
Arben Kane is a seasoned entrepreneur and technology expert, boasting over 20 years of experience in the field. As the founder and CEO of Kontur.io, a geospatial analytics platform, Arben has led the development of groundbreaking solutions for global disaster management in partnership with the Hawaii-based PDC Global. His strong technical background includes founding three additional companies: Ozolio, FlikMedia, and iRAPP. Arben holds dual B.S. degrees in Logistics and Computer Science and has been awarded four U.S. patents in interactive video viewing and media data processing.
A renowned expert in cartography and GIS, Darafei Praliaskouski has significantly contributed to the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) since 2010 and is a prominent figure in the open-source community. At Kontur, Darafei's vast experience in geospatial projects is utilized as Head of Product Development, where he collaborates with clients to deliver tailored geospatial solutions. Previously, he has worked with major technology companies such as Juno, Wargaming, and MAPS.ME.
Jorma Rodieck is an accomplished Project Manager with over two decades of expertise in software development, web development, and IT. As a GIS development specialist for the past ten years, Jorma has managed projects for notable organizations such as the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Association of Surfing Professionals. He currently collaborates with the Pacific Disaster Center (pdc.org) to provide technical support at their Maui headquarters. Jorma holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems.