Exegesis undertook a review of common cord-grass in Ireland. This covered its impacts on ecosystems, distribution and extent, and a review of control techniques.
Exegesis were contracted to establish whether aerial imagery from UAVs could be used to investigate the spatial and temporal extent of bait digging at selected sites in Wales.
We developed an online portal that formed a single point of access to data and associated metadata derived from research carried out between MRE industries and Bangor University.
Central Bedfordshire Council have a number of volunteers who carry out tree condition surveys, recording their results in spreadsheets. Exegesis were asked to develop a tool to import these spreadsheets into their CAMS, used by the officers to manage their sites and trees.
We were contracted to provide technical GIS support to Scottish local authorities as they zoned relevant areas of land based on their potential for litter.
Exegesis were commissioned in 2019 to build findmystreet.co.uk, a website to display the National Street Gazetteer (NSG).
Exmoor National Park Authority (ENPA) commissioned Exegesis to upgrade their existing HER website to use the current version of HBSMR Web.
We developed a comprehensive online information management system and community hub for staff and volunteers involved in their Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels – Developing Community Action project.
Exegesis developed a new mapping system to display marine spatial data, consisting of a web interface for configuring the mapper and a modern and feature-rich web application for displaying maps.
Exegesis was contracted to establish vegetation monitoring at a saltmarsh coastal realignment site. This required the collection of high resolution aerial imagery, quadrat based vegetation survey, mapping in GIS and production of a detailed report.
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