The Power of Geospatial Data

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is an information system used for entering, retrieving, managing, analyzing and transmitting all types of geographic data, that is, data with spatial reference, with the aim to support proper management and decision-making related to land use, natural resources, environment, transport, urban services, etc. GIS integrate all data (location, descriptive, temporal) into maps, thus solving complex problems in the creation, updating and correction of spatial data, maps and statistics, as well as in their distribution and common use.


In IANIC, we design and develop Spatial Data Infrastructures based on OGC standards and according to the INSPIRE Directive, delivered through the internet as a service.

Sectors We Serve

We are glad to share innovative practices with companies and public services in order to apply and make the most of new technologies.


water flow


Invisible power
made palpable


Digitally revamped
power supply


Spatial intelligence
for seamless interaction