Earth Data’s Geospatial services provide our clients access to some of the most relevant, innovative and practical solutions for their digital data challenges. Accessing public data for land ownership and use is an arduous and archaic process, requiring extra time and unforeseen costs. Forging ahead into the paperless era, Earth Data designs, creates and populates centralized and searchable databases accessible online and on your mobile devices.


Earth Data’s capabilities are presented in a detailed database developed as part of the Queen Anne’s County (MD) South Kent Island (SKI) sewer project. The custom database is seamlessly linked to the Fulcrum mobile application to capture, sort, and maintain field data related to on-site investigations at approximately 800 separate parcels.

Site photographs, utility locations, and other relevant parcel features were collected and stored in the cloud, with 24/7 accessibility to relevant project partners. Utilizing SharePoint, Earth Data provides regular database updates to Queen Anne’s County.



Earth Data employs in-house GIS technicians to spatially represent virtually any data set with speed and precision. Geospatial technology enhances the quality of land assessment and analysis, site feasibility and selection studies, and treatment solutions. Our team applies GPS mapping technology to provide accurate conceptual visualizations that are both informative and illustrative of the proposed plan, design and overall scale of the project.


  • Detailed databases with real time information available immediately
  • Seamless integration across multiple applications allows adaptable customization within existing project architecture.
  • On-site investigations providing accurate, usable and timely data.
  • Cloud access with continuous SharePoint updates streamline collaboration
  • Web Mapping/Data Display


Earth Data’s experienced geospatial team utilized aerial LiDAR data and advanced analytical techniques to accurately delineate the micro-drainage characteristics of a 300+ acre parcel on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The analysis was part of a project designed to identify drainage areas for the purpose of accurately locating Best Management Practices (BMPs) to reduce nutrient and sediment loading into the Chesapeake Bay.



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