In this age of technology, there is no need for data to be printed for sharing. Large quantities of spatial data can be provided using web mapping technologies. This allows many users to simultaneously view the same data, on the same platform, from any internet connected computer. Password-based logins ensure data security and confidentiality, and provide customised access to the web content.
Web mapping provides a dynamic interface, allowing the user to zoom, move around the map, and switch layers of information on and off. This means that the intricacies of the data can be examined, and allows a user to understand the complex relationships between spatial datasets. Users can also query the data and view the information sitting behind the map in the spatial data attribute tables.
Web mapping also offers the capability for editing data via the internet. In cases where data changes rapidly, an editable web map means that users can update the information as they become aware of changes. This provides accurate, up-to-date information for other map users. The rights of a user to edit and view the data can be completely customised.
We have extensive experience building and deploying online maps for both local and national scale data. These maps allow our clients to securely share spatial data between people and locations, to facilitate thorough understanding of the information and aid swift decision making. We maintain in-house servers for development and hosting, if required. This ensures we have complete control over the web mapping process, from inception to the final product.