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MapImager Custom Solutions

Custom Maplicity™ solutions are also available for any internet map or image server technology and/or web service(s). Here are a couple examples. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

On-Line Agricultural Information System for Pixxures, Inc. and Resource21, LLC.

Click for full-size imagePixxures, Inc., a leading provider of on-line access to satellite imagery and high resolution aerial photography archives, required a high performance, easy-to-use web enabled application to support interactive imagery analysis and GIS functionality as part of an on-line enterprise agricultural information system (AgSense™ by Resource21). Telemorphic's revolutionary Maplicity technology provided a very lightweight (260kb) application that integrated seamlessly with Pixxures' WebPix™ image delivery system, thereby providing instant on-line access to nationwide high resolution imagery for agricultural dealers (seed providers, ag chemical providers, corporate producers, crop consultants, crop insurance adjusters) enabling them to quickly and easily find and/or order imagery for customers' fields, draw/edit field boundaries and exclusion areas based on the detailed imagery, calculate accurate measurements of the fields, download/upload GIS format data, print/save custom maps and reports, and even conduct analysis of the site specific conditions within fields based on crop vigor, nitrogen stress, soil moisture, and estimated yield maps.

RadNet: A Mobile Distributed Radiation Threat Monitoring Network for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

Click for full-size imageThe threat of nuclear terrorism presents one of the most complex challenges to federal, state, and local government agencies responsible for Homeland Security. While the possibility of a "dirty bomb" is chilling, imagine the "silent bomb" scenario: Lethal concentrations of illicit radioactive material are placed in densely populated buildings or mass transit locations without any explosion. Weeks later, hospitals begin to report the effects of mass radiation poisoning, but by then it is too late for thousands of people. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory prototyped RadNet to aid in countering this threat. RadNet is a network of GPS enabled mobile devices (cell phone + PDA) fitted with gamma radiation detectors. The devices collect radiation readings and locations at fixed time intervals, and establish wireless connections for transmitting the data to a server based Internet Geographic Information System (GIS), which then stores, manages, and analyzes the data to generate "hot spot" maps depicting locations of increased radioactivity. The maps can then be quickly delivered on-line to first responders. The GIS for RadNet consists of Telemorphic's Maplicity integrated with MapServer, PostGIS, PostgreSQL.