We specialise in the analysis, design and implementation of
geomatics-based environmental software applications, focusing on the use of spatially-referenced data to deliver pertinent and timely information in support of your operational requirements.

What we do, how we do it, and what we use in the process depends entirely on your needs and constraints: apart from the objectives you seek to achieve, these might include cost, time, existing infrastructure, and your own functional and technical preferences.

We conduct all our assignments in the spirit of three watchwords:
experience - assistance - co-operation

In a nutshell, this means that we ensure the flexibility and agility to adapt the eventual form of the solution in line with evolving requirements, and your increasing understanding of its potential capabilities


We are based in central British Columbia, but able to respond to requests from anywhere in Canada, the UK, Europe and beyond.

Please e-mail us at infomapmatics.com for full details.

Principal Services:

  • Geomatics-based software application development (desktop / web)
  • Strong hydrogeomatics skill-set
  • Data management and manipulation (spatial + attribute)
  • Remote sensing data processing and analysis
  • Map-making, cartography and topographic visualisation

Past Assignments:

  • Automated watershed definition
  • Catchment biophysical characteristics analysis
  • Estimation of natural flow regimes in ungauged catchments
  • Estimation of artificial influences on natural flow regimes
  • Impact-modelling of water-use scenarios
  • Network-based water quality modelling
  • Catchment-scale water-use reporting
  • Hydrometric time-series visualisation and analysis
  • Naturalisation of gauged hydrometric series
  • Continuous estimation of river flows
  • Estimation of hydropower potential
  • BC pine beetle infestation analysis
  • Provincial park maps
  • Web-site development


Immediate and ultimate clients / user-organisations have included:

  • Foothills Research Institute, Hinton, AB
  • Wallingford HydroSolutions
  • University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences / Predictions in Ungauged Basins
  • UK Natural Environment Research Council
  • Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford
  • BC Ministry of Forests
  • Thompson Resource Management
  • England & Wales Environment Agency
  • Scottish Environmental Protection Agency
  • Northern Ireland Environment Agency
  • Scottish & Southern Energy
  • Alternative Energy Programme of the European Union
  • European Small Hydropower Association
  • Thompson Nicola Regional District 祬ls Gray Country Services Committee
  • Governments of Himal Pradesh and Nepal