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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 ...

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