Comprehensive Road, Rail, Video, Cadastral, Navigation, Underground and Irrigation survey and GIS solutions.

GeoVista has a commitment to quality and invests only in the best available instruments for Survey. The following state-of-the-art equipment are available for Survey

  • Single and Dual Frequency GPS systems
  • Handheld GPS
  • Total Stations (3” precision)
  • Mobile Mappers for data collection
  • Digital Levels
  • Mobile Video Mapping Equipment for a multitude of applications
  • Ground Penetrating Radar
  • Cable Locators

GeoVista has its head office in Hyderabad and is fully equipped with all required resources for smooth running of operations.

Apart from these conventionally used equipment, GeoVista is investing in other high-technology systems.

Mobile Video Mapping

Fig 1. Mobile Video Mapping (MVM) system

Mobile Video Mapping (MVM) is a innovative new survey and data collection paradigm that enables time and cost efficiencies of several magnitudes by the usage of latest technology. MVM technology has been extensively proven in the USA, Europe and Australia for performing several kinds of survey: Road asset mapping, pavement analysis, Rail mapping, Navigation mapping for LBS, POI capture, etc. The introduction of MVM in India for the first time by GeoVista, has the potential to transform the whole conventional survey and data capture industry. The system can also be mounted on a railway vehicle and hence can be used to undertake railway asset survey and mapping.

GeoVista operates Mobile Video Mapping equipment. This system is mounted on a minivan vehicle and consists of the following components:

  • Hi-resolution digital video camera with 30 Hz shutter speed
  • Dual frequency DGPS with Omnistar corrections
  • Hi-resolution Distance Measuring Instrument (DMI)
  • On-board processing laptop running capture software
  • Post-processing software for data analysis and extraction

Pano Video Demo

Interactive 360° Panoramic Video Flash Demo


Sub-surface Mapping

Fig 2: Ground Penetrating Radar(GPR)

Sub-surface mapping involves a complex process of collection and collation of existing information and discovery of sub-surface infrastructure using specialized tools like cable locators, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), etc.

Cable Locators help in identifying energized cables such as Telecom and Power cables, while GPR is a non-destructive sub-surface scanning equipment and helps in identifying both active and passive infrastructure, such as pipes. GPR uses electro-magnetic radiation and detects the reflected signals from the subsurface structures. It can detect objects, changes in material, and voids and cracks and hence can help differentiate between different types of pipes as well.

GeoVista has a team of specialists dedicated to sub-surface mapping.


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News and Events
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15 Aug 2011

We have moved!
GeoVista is moving to a brand new, spacious and modern facility in the heart of Hyderabad. Check out our new address in the Contact page

14 Jan 2011 covers GeoVista
Read the interview of the founders here.

10 Jan 2011

Major Power Projects
GeoVista has won 2 major Power projects as part of National Schemes.

GeoVista is executing the end-to-end urban utility and consumer survey and mapping project as part of the Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reform Project (R-APDRP).

GeoVista is also executing end-to-end utility and consumer survey and mapping project as part of the Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) project.

10 July 2010
Site redesign
A major website redesign has been deployed.