mapping is an exciting way to disseminate geographic information.
Once you have processed a satellite image, you can georectify the
information and add it as a layer in a GIS data base. From there
you can use the data directly as part of a geospatial analysis or
you can produce maps and publish them to the Internet.
Several technologies are available for publishing raster-based
maps to the Internet. Applied Analysis Inc. has experience with
two primary technologies used to publish Web maps. AAI has produced
interactive maps using ESRI's ArcIMS technology and Adobe's Scalable
Vector Graphics (SVG) technology. Each has advantages and disadvantages,
depending on your needs. We can help you identify the technology
that best suits your needs and help you implement that technology.
Think Web mapping could be of use to your organization? Check out
our Web mapping demonstration pages.