Geo Compliance is a methodology utilized by Baseline Business Geographics Inc. that combines asset management and compliance processes, such as field audits and inspections, with Location Intelligence principles. The policy and standards compliance audit process for distributed assets, such as business sites, business units, properties and retail locations is automated to manage the workflow of field resource and inspection activity scheduling, as well as the results analysis, with the utilization of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and mobile technology, creating an efficient management system. Organizations with distributed retailer or site networks achieve store-level compliance with operational, sales and security standards to minimize risks and maximize sales.

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When we say “Location Intelligence,” we’re referring to the combination of spatial data (captured via GIS) and business data to gain insight into a specific organization and enhance business operations.

Our solutions use Location Intelligence to analyze relationships within your business data and use maps as visual tools for viewing, communicating and evaluating information.

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Baseline has made it easier for our staff to collect information in the field and is saving hours of data entry time when they return to the office. It has vastly improved the efficiency of our staff.

-Jay Merritt, Manager of Security and Compliance Operations, Atlantic Lottery Corporation

Communications Data

ExchangeInfo Plus

Clutter and Digital Elevation Models


ExchangeInfo Plus

Wire centers serve as the basic unit of geography for the communications industry. Each wire center serves a unique set of telephone numbers within a fixed geographic area. Complex, robust analyses of the local telephone exchange system are possible with ExchangeInfo Plus.

Our rigorous methodology, extensive research, ongoing customer feedback mechanism and monthly update process ensure that the communications infrastructure databases are both exceptionally accurate and current.

Specific industry data includes:

  • Wire center code
  • Rate center name
  • Exchange name
  • Area codes (NPA)
  • Prefixes (NXX)
  • Carrier type

With ExchangeInfo Plus, communication providers can visualize telecom landscape applications:

  • Understand and visualize the service areas of local exchange carriers
  • Plan interconnection routes and identify required collocations for optimum efficiency
  • Perform competitive analysis and market research to help grow profits

Clutter and Digital Elevation Models


Clutter combined with Digital Elevation Model (DEM) data is ideal for certain line of sight or propagation applications such as wireless pager, microwave, personal communication services and other wireless network planning. Also available on a custom basis are hydrologically networked DEMs, which are ideal for floodplain analysis, shoreline/embankment erosion analysis and environmental modeling such as the mapping of effluents.


Clutter data is classified as the man-made and natural features that may impair radio frequency propagation by reflection, diffraction, absorption or scattering of transmission waves. DMTI Spatial’s Clutter Data has been developed for the Radio Frequency (RF) propagation environment to help engineers refine their signal loss prediction models according to the characteristics of the underlying terrain and ground cover. In today’s competitive market, the wireless telecommunications industry has been driven by the need to provide better service coverage while reducing infrastructure costs.


Digital Elevation Models
Developed for land management applications, the Digital Elevation Model (DEM) consists of an optimal array of ground elevations at regularly spaced intervals. The continuous growth in the telecommunication and engineering industries has created a greater demand for terrain data. This data will allow engineers to plan and manage all infrastructure growth with the accuracy required by new spatial applications.