GIS Integration

GIS is powerful technology, but is frequently not all that useful on its own.  Many of the most powerful uses of GIS are when it is made to work in conjunction with other technologies through software interfaces.  I've interfaced GIS to many other technologies over the years.  Doing this requires a solid understanding of GIS, but it also requires the ability to understand the workings and capabilities of the many other systems that your GIS may be interfaced to.

Not surprisingly, these types of implementations tend to be one-off, so it is helpful to have an implementer who can effectively and efficiently produce the components to make this happen.  Your odds of getting someone to successfully create a useful interface rise significantly if the person you are asking to do the job has done similar one-off solutions in the past, as I have done.  Drop me a line explaining what it is you need to do, and I'll let you know if I think I'm the one to do it.

Jerry Steenson GIS software development

Implementing a Virtual MSAG

The NENA NG911 standards, while not complete, are largely finished.  In the realm of data management, one of the biggest departures from the past that is introduced is a far greater role for GIS (more...)

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