Digital map data is a key component in many business solutions and is used for route planning, market analysis, vehicle tracking, site location analysis, territory planning and more.
Using the correct mapping data for your company can be the difference between using professional tools that are designed for commercial use, and mapping tools such as google maps which are designed to route cars for consumers.
Mapping data can be grouped into two key types: display maps and analysis maps.
- Display maps are simply used as a backdrop map to give context to your data.
- Analysis maps provide additional attributes that enable organisations to perform spatial analysis such as calculating routes or catchments. Many of our web maps offer attributes such as live and historic traffic conditions, traffic restrictions or road slope and curvature.
Real world road networks are complex – even more so for HGVs or vehicles with large or dangerous loads. One-way streets, low bridges, turn restrictions, weight and width restrictions and the increase in environmental areas and parking restrictions creates a challenge for businesses looking to deliver goods and services in an optimal way. CACI has a range of different mapping and routing solutions that provides businesses with the map data that they need to create accurate routes and delivery schedules for specific vehicle types at different times of the day.
CACI's Full Suite of Logistics Datasets
Demographic, population and expenditure data
Providing valuable insight into workforce and customer patterns in the logistics industry.
Stop Time Predictors
Detailed address data including parking space availability, property type and more.