Location Intelligence Architecture<br />Map Intelligence<br />Randy Benjamins<br />Managing Partner Localyse<br />E: randy...
Overview<br />
GIS server<br />Geoserver<br />ArcGIS Server<br />MapXtreme<br />Supported GIS Servers:<br />Geoserver (Open-source)<br />...
GIS data<br />GIS server<br />Geoserver<br />ArcGIS Server<br />MapXtreme<br />Examples of GIS data:<br />Administrative b...
MI Server<br />Webserver<br />MapIntelligence Server<br />Map Intelligence Server IGP version 3.2.1<br /><ul><li>The power...
View and interact in the browser Mapping Viewer.
Contains the administration tools
A J2EE Web Application that is deployed into a J2EE Servlet Container.
Load balancing and session management are handled by a Tomcat Servlet Container and Apache Web Server.
Processes all the information sent from the Client to produce the application. </li></ul>Compatibility:<br />Operating sys...
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Map Intelligence is a breakthrough product in the world of geographic information systems, enabling the development of dynamic, browser-based mapping applications without the need for programming skills. For more information surf to www.integeo.com or www.localyse.nl

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Technical description of Map Intelligence

  1. 1. Location Intelligence Architecture<br />Map Intelligence<br />Randy Benjamins<br />Managing Partner Localyse<br />E: randy.benjamins@localyse.nl<br />T: +31 (0)6 8322 7633<br />www.localyse.nl<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />
  3. 3. GIS server<br />Geoserver<br />ArcGIS Server<br />MapXtreme<br />Supported GIS Servers:<br />Geoserver (Open-source)<br />According to OGC-specifications<br />v1.6.3 or later<br />ArcSDE & ArcIMS(ESRI)<br /> v9.3<br />MapXtreme (Pitney Bowes)<br /> MX JAVA Edition<br /> v4.7.1, v4.8.1 and v4.8.2<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS Servers<br />
  4. 4. GIS data<br />GIS server<br />Geoserver<br />ArcGIS Server<br />MapXtreme<br />Examples of GIS data:<br />Administrative boundaries, incl.:<br />Countries<br />Provinces/states/counties<br />Municipalities<br />Postal codes<br /> Topographical maps<br /> Street maps<br /> Aerial photographs<br /> Satellite photographs<br /> Floor plans<br /> Points of interests<br />Possible GIS data containers:<br />Shapefile<br />MapInfo Interchange Format (MIF’s)<br />WMS / WFS<br />XML / GML<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />GIS data<br />
  5. 5. MI Server<br />Webserver<br />MapIntelligence Server<br />Map Intelligence Server IGP version 3.2.1<br /><ul><li>The powerhouse behind the mapping application.
  6. 6. View and interact in the browser Mapping Viewer.
  7. 7. Contains the administration tools
  8. 8. A J2EE Web Application that is deployed into a J2EE Servlet Container.
  9. 9. Load balancing and session management are handled by a Tomcat Servlet Container and Apache Web Server.
  10. 10. Processes all the information sent from the Client to produce the application. </li></ul>Compatibility:<br />Operating systems:<br /><ul><li>Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 and 2008
  11. 11. Linux Fedora, Ubuntu, Red Hat (64-bit, 32-bit)
  12. 12. Sun Solaris</li></ul> Java VM:<br /><ul><li> Sun JDK 1.6.x
  13. 13. Extensions:
  14. 14. JAI 1.1.3
  15. 15. JAI Image I/O 1.1</li></li></ul><li>BI Server<br />Properties of the BI Client:<br />A client comprises of configuration screens to design a mapping application:<br /><ul><li> Select the underlying map
  16. 16. Specify the ‘look and feel’
  17. 17. Build the MI-layers to be used in the analysis</li></ul>The MI BI Client consists of the MI Client itself and the MI Connector, which are the MI buttons and the embedded Mapping Viewer insight the report.<br />The Client consists of a collection of connector libraries with JavaScript generated HTML requests.<br />BI report<br />MI Client<br />MI Connector<br />Browser<br />E.g. IE v6.0 or later<br />MI BI Client<br />
  18. 18. BI Server<br />Supported BItools:<br />Business Objects Enterprise XI up to and incl. v3.1<br />IBM Cognos v8.3 and v8.4<br />MicroStrategy v9<br />QlikView Server v9.0.x, QlikView Desktop Client and QlikView Ajax Zero FootprintClient<br />Hyperion<br />Oracle OBIEE 10.x <br />Microsoft Reporting Services 2005 and 2008<br />BIRT<br />Futhermore the ClientIntegration Kit contains a set of API’s and componentsthataid in the integration of newclientswith Map Intelligence.<br />BI report<br />MI Client<br />MI Connector<br />MI BI Client<br />
  19. 19. Properties of the Excel Client:<br />A client comprises of configuration screens to design a mapping application:<br />Select the underlying map<br />Specify the ‘look and feel’<br />Build the MI-layers to be used in the analysis<br />With the Excel Client the Excel data can be spatially visualised and analysed.<br />MI Excel Client version 3.0.1 is compatible with Microsoft Excel 2000, 2003 and 2007.<br />Excel<br />MI Client<br />MI Excel Client<br />
  20. 20. Browser<br />MI in extern UI’s<br />MI output to WMS:<br />Autodirect business data via WMS over a customized GIS interface or any other product that is compatible with OGC specifications. These include:<br />Open Source Tools GeoServer and MapServer<br />ESRI’s ArcGIS Server, ArcIMS<br />PBBI’s Envinsa<br />Bentley Systems – GeoWeb Publisher<br />Cadcorp – GeognoSIS, AutoCad<br />Intergraph’s GeoMedia, Oracle MapViewer<br />ObjectFX Web Mapping Tools<br />Smallworld<br />MI output to WMS:<br />For exporting map visualizations to Google Earth.<br />Excel<br />MI Agent<br />MI Agent<br />WMS / KML / raster<br />
  21. 21. Randy Benjamins<br />Managing Partner Localyse<br />E: randy.benjamins@localyse.nl<br />T: +31 (0)6 8322 7633<br />www.localyse.nl<br />
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