Savills | Cartha

On this landingpage you can find tailored information about an interactive map​ for SAIRE. See our first proposal for more details. This landingpage is not mobile compatible.


If you have any questions, please contact us on or +316 15 94 11 53.


This is an interactive mock-up of what the map could look like.  Final design and functionality is to be decided in Phase 1.  

Give it a try!

Competitive advantage

The goal of the map is to support the end-user by making information more accessible and understandable. Instead of combing through many Excel sheets and sharepoints, all relevant information is a few clicks away. 

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The map will increase Savills'  competitive advantage in a rapidly growing market. A few of the advantages the map will bring:

  • Significantly reduces administrative load

  • Finding the relevant information quicker, every time

  • Standardisation of work processes

  • The effective construction and maintenance of a nationally relevant stakeholder and information network

  • Web-based, so accessible anywhere

  • Scalable product

  • Predictive power to find and seize new opportunities

Example 1: A consultant goes to a municipality to scout for possible locations for a new solar park. 

On the map, which she can access on her laptop or tablet, she can see:

  • Land register data, height data, other land data

  • Average land value,

  • Who are the stakeholders in the area, who had contact with them and when

  • City council decisions, environmental rapports

  • Links to relevant docs in Sharepoint

She, or other people, can add data to the map directly from her tablet. From pictures to updated information about stakeholders.  It is a growing and living product. 

In future versions, the map can be used to discover new opportunities or spot challenges before they arrive.


Example 2: the map below combines an Airbnb-like company's crm system, publicly available information like twitter or the local fire department and the company's crisis protocols. 

The map can see where new challenges arrive, by intelligently combining available data. The same principle can be used in the SAIRE map. 

Try it for yourself!


Our maps are made possible through a combination of an innovative backend, developed in-house, and a user friendly frontend. 

We believe in an iterative development process that aims to implement new functionality on a regular basis. It all starts with a thorough design phase, which determines the shape and scope of the project. 





I. Analyse needs and  landscape

II. Validate initial analysis

III. Collaborative design workshops

IV. Design of minimum viable prototype with functionalities, use cases and specs (final mock-up)

Milestone 1

I. Develop minimum viable prototype, with focus on system integration

II. Test and validate with users

III.  Refine and deploy MVP

IV. Further develop based on feedback and client wishes.  

Milestone 2

I. Roll-out product to users

II. Review usage periodically

III.  Uncover bugs and weakpoints

IV. Support users with queries and usage related issues

Milestone 3

I. Review usage and use of map.

II. Identify wishes for further development

III. Develop product further where needed

IV. Provide continuous support where necessary

Milestone 4

See our current proposal for detailed outline what Milestone 1 would like for SAIRE. Simultaneously with the first milestone, we can develop a basic interactive map that displays multiple layers in a single spot. Both will take around two months to complete.