Applied Analysis Inc.
630 Boston Road
Billerica, MA 01821
Publishing interactive maps on the Web is a great way to distribute
satellite image processing results and tie those results to geographic
data bases. The layering of raster and vector data accessible through
a simple, map-based interface is a powerful tool for geospatial
analysis. At Applied Analysis Inc. we have worked with two web mapping
technologies to help our clients publish geospatial data on the
Web. Online demonstrations of both technologies are accessible by
selecting one of the two links below.
Geodata Visualization System (GVS)
AAI developed the Geodata Visualization System (GVS)
to allow analysts to create custom tactical analysis products using
dynamic mapping technology served up over Internet. The key features
of GVS include the ability to deliver large, image-based data sets
via the web, in a secure environment if needed, using a simple web
browser. GVS was built using ArcIMS software from ESRI, Redlands,
CA. ArcIMS uses internet technology to publish spatial imagery and
other geodata stored in a Geographic Information System (GIS).
NOTE: This demo is not currently available.
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Graphics (SVG) Web Maps
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a technology developed by Adobe
to publish vector graphics on the Web. This technology has been
applied to creating interactive maps based on GIS information
and geospatial imagery.
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