Our mission is to innovate and build the GeoWeb through community standards, collaborative tools, and open data.
We believe that everything has a location and that geospatial capabilities should be inherent in any system. However, this does not mean that the user should be faced with complex GIS interfaces or even that a map is the best display of the information. While location is inherent, users and communities typically want to utilize space as a means for gathering and sorting through information.
To this end, we work with people to identify and integrate the appropriate tools for their needs. This may include using other applications and networks that users are familiar with and serve their needs. This can mean pulling together photo sharing sites like Flickr or SmugMug, event sites such as Upcoming.org, and blogging platforms. Together, this loosely coupled network can provide a solid system to build collaborative mapping and geospatial applications.
In addition, by using open-source tools we can leverage a large community of developers and users while reducing costs. Open data means that businesses can quickly utilize and build on huge datasets to add value to their project.
The members of our team have a wide ranging background that have brought innovative perceptions of the geospatial industry. We have been active in building and working with the community to develop software, standards, sites, applications, and education.
We also have a long track record of happy clients that we have worked with to build geospatial capabilities into their tools. Visit our portfolio to see a small selection of the projects we have been involved with building.
Please contact us to talk more about your specific needs and how we can help.