Geographic information systems (GIS) expert witnesses often have varying types of backgrounds, since the technology may be applied to numerous fields and situations. Geographic information systems are computer systems that have been built to analyze, visualize, process, store, record, and display various types of geographic data. Geographic information systems expert consulting may provide valuable insight for cases involving such issues as geology, mapping, environmental science, engineering, environmental site assessment, information systems and operations management, spatial information and digital modeling, land management, geography, information technology, and other numerous areas pertaining to geographic analysis, each of which may become highly relevant in the event of a possible lawsuit.
Since geographic information systems litigation may concern different types of scenarios, it is important to retain the right individual for each case. Geographic information systems experts with a background in geology, for instance, may have a focus in geotechnical engineering, groundwater, hydrogeology, and other geological issues. Geographic information systems expert witnesses also often have experience with a wide range of technological areas, such as computer science, algorithm development, databases, data analysis, artificial intelligence, logistics, systems engineering, mechanical engineering, application integration, data networks, remote control systems, real-time processing, private networks, multimedia, XML, repair, android, aerial mapping, photogrammetry, software architecture, computer graphics, and computer hardware, as each may be involved with the geographic information systems process.
ForensisGroup has been successfully connecting attorneys have highly skilled experts from across the country for more than twenty years. Call our office today at 1-800-555-5422 and we’ll get started on locating a reputable geographic information systems expert witness for your case.