ADEUPa, Brest's urban planning agency, has among its missions to study and analyse the socio-economic dynamics at work in the territories of western Brittany. To this end, it manages several observatories and has been publishing since 2011 an interactive mapping application, called GéoData and powered by Géoclip. After the upgrade to Géoclip O3 in 2014, it has just evolved to Géoclip Air.
This GeoData atlas fully exploits the capabilities available for geographical views: several extents, from the city of Brest to the whole of Brittany and several geographical levels, iris, communes, epci, employment areas. This allows data to be mapped at different levels of detail. The user can obtain for example:
- a representation of the median tax income per consumption unit for the municipalities of Brittany,
- a representation of home-work travel flows in Brittany,
- a punctual representation of the permanent services of Finistère.