Want to derive actionable insights from location data? Understandably, location intelligence has become essential to organizations across the world, to gain better control over offering competitive user /customer experiences, for deeper analytical insights and for strategic business planning and decision-making.

Datachip enables clients to gather spatial and geographic data critical to their businesses, and sorts and interprets it using custom interactive maps. DataChip’s geospatial services add value to your business objectives by analyzing and offering solutions aligned with the spatial components to offer a great ROI. With our services, you are assured of deriving great business value, like increased revenues, lower costs, greater efficiency and productivity, and reduced risk.

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Geographic Information System (GIS) is a framework for gathering, managing, mapping, and analyzing the physical environment data of a specific location on the Earth’s surface. It has established itself as a distinct domain and incredibly useful whenever the research is related to geography, space, and other spatio-temporal dimensions.

The technology has enormous applications in the field of conservation, ecology, disaster response and mitigation, business, marketing, engineering, sociology, demography, astronomy, transportation, health, criminal justice and law enforcement, travel and tourism, news media, and many more.

DataChip’s team of GIS specialists:

The team at DataChip are highly experienced and possess diverse capabilities required to execute the challenging task of creating GIS maps with high accuracy for on-time delivery.

Our team leverages cross-industry best practices in order to achieve innovation in delivery, and all services are passed through a stringent quality check before being delivered to the client. If you are looking for a capable and trustworthy team with the necessary execution skills in implementing a GIS data, you can be assured of deriving the highest return on your investment, with DataChip.

GIS Services from DataChip

DataChip provides services on Cadastral Mapping, Land base Management, Land use/land cover (LULC) mapping, spatial data Analysis & Manipulation, Data translation and transformation between file formats. We do utility mapping to various domains such as Telecom, Gas & Electric. We also provide User-defined tools for GIS applications. What’s more, Datachip’s practical geospatial mapping solutions are agnostic to scale.

GIS technology enables clients to gain extensive levels of information, acting as a fundamental tool for managing all aspects of a project. GIS mapping adds an essential and additional dimension in data analysis through the visual representation of spatial relationships. GIS consulting services aid clients to make more informed decisions whether to decide the opening of a new store or office, or to determine the optimal path for a pipeline and its right-of-way.

Why Choose DataChip

DataChip delivers complex, high-quality jobs to clients globally maintaining high levels of precision and accuracy, offering some key value additions.

Expert services which are economical, hassle-free and modern

State-of-the-art infrastructure with expert teams

Unique, innovative solutions for critical geospatial applications

Analyze to product delivery workflows to create new products


This video shows how to make buildings with 90 degree corners in QGIS.

This video shows how to build topology in QGIS. Topology is the spatial relationship between geographical features and is used to detect and correct digitizing errors.

This video shows how to create our own Keyboard Shortcuts. Keyboard Shortcuts and are used to access tools very fast through a keyboard letter. Its better to assign Shortcuts for most frequently used tools in a particular project to get better efficiency.

This tool is used to create buffers for any feature class, either on one side of the feature or on both sides

This video shows how to do Data Conversion in QGIS. Data Conversion gives a copy of the same data in different format.

This video shows how to update change by comparing 2 images for the same area which are taken at different times.

This video is about Selection toolbar in QGIS through which different selection conditions and tools can be used to select, separate and extract the required features from a cluster of feature classes or shapefiles, that can be used to analyze only the required features instead of working on the entire feature class/shapefile.

This video shows how to prepare a Layout for our Maps in QGIS. Layout gives us a presentable look for our Maps. We can make our maps printable from layout.

Batch processing allows to execute a single algorithm with a set of different input values. Sometimes a given algorithm has to be executed repeatedly with different inputs. This is, for instance, the case when a set of input files have to be converted from one format to another, or when several layers in a given projection must be converted into another projection.

This video shows how a topo map is georeferenced in QGIS. Georeferencing is the process of aligning imagery to the correct location on the earth.

This video shows how to use Refactor Fields in QGIS. This helps us to correct the errors we made while the creation of fields. This tool allows us to do modifications in the field.

This video shows how to generate Centroids in QGIS. This centroid can be used to generate central points for each area so that they can be used as an input for Choose Best Facilities.

This video explains how to count number of points inside a closed polygon & how to display multiline labels in QGIS.

This video explains how to Join non-spatial CSV file to spatial data (shapefile) using QGIS.

This video explains how to transfer attributes from one layer to another based on their spatial relationship.

This video shows how to Create various types of grids in QGIS

1. Point grid 2. Line grid
3. Rectangle grid (polygon) 4. Diamond grid (polygon)
5. Hexagon grid (polygon)

This video explains how to measure lengths & area of features using QGIS.

This video explains how to dissolve or Merge the the Local Authorities polygons by fieldname and also explains intersection how to extract the portions of features from the input layer that overlap features in the overlay layer. Features in the intersection layer are assigned the attributes of the overlapping features from both the input and overlay layers.

This video shows how to add a base map to QGIS. A base map is a layer with geographic information that serves as a background. A base map provides context for additional layers that are overlaid on top of the base map. Base maps usually provide location references for features that do not change often like boundaries, rivers, lakes, roads, and highways. Even on base maps, these different categories of information are in layers. Usually a base map contains this basic data, and then extra layers with a particular theme, or from a particular discipline, are overlaid on the base map layers for the sake of analysis.

This video talks about digitizing features in QGIS which is the process of reproducing an analogue map in digital form, that forms the basis for any project and is the most important technique of data input and storage in GIS.