2D3D.GIS is a consulting firm in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Geomatics and Spatial Analysis. Our GIS consultants and GIS trainers are involved in the world where more than half of our business is conducted annually.

Our missions are GIS projects monitoring and evaluation, the establishment / development of dedicated GIS tools, GIS services, integration of databases and GIS training.

Our goal is to assist you throughout your GIS project. We take our technology choices based on the needs of each client. Our position is simple, addressing every need without preconceptions or ambiguities and try to bring you the best technological answer playing on the interoperability of hardware and software solutions.

Don't hesitate to contact us for futher informations concerning our capabilities

Fabrice LARTIGOU, Managing Director

Why 2D3D.GIS ?

  • Independant firm
  • + 15 years of experience at international level
  • Over 130 GIS projects performed in Europe, Africa, Caribe, Asia and Oceania
  • Missions in sensitive countries
  • Mastery of key proprietary technologies and opensource market
  • Setup GIS and webGIS project
  • Development of geo-mobile application
  • More than 1.400 GIS trainees in both French and English languages

Our last GIS projects

KENYA : access gap mapping

Setup of the national webgis Geoportal of the Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK) based on the atlas of the access gap study (2G, 3G, optic fiber). A national project which needed structuration and spatial analysis from operators' datasets to know the kenyan population not covered and simulate future land management projects.

BENIN : land management system

Long term GIS technical assistance and expertise in the setup the Rural Land Management information system (LMIS) and GIS system for the Ministry of Agriculture / National Land Management Agency (ANDF). GNSS, geo-mobile application, desktop LMIS system (with AFC Int. Consultants).


High Resolution Orthophotography and Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of the public works project in the natural reserve (fauna and flora) in the site of the "Cabane de Moins", a natural reserve becoming An ideal site for welcoming and observing wildlife, especially waterbirds who come to pause during their migration.

What do they think ?