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  • Infusion developers created a web portal solution for the Centract team that allows for the analysis and tracking of trends and data within property appraisals conducted nationwide as well as monitoring of additional real estate markets. In addition, the dashboard also integrated a geospatial overlay that utilized Bing Maps to display business intelligence data within the various regions of Canada using SQL Analysis Services.
  • Infusion was engaged to create the Cushman & Wakefield Surface Lobby application, a project aimed at presenting corporate and historical information about the company as well as details about the New York City area. The application allows employees and visitors to the company’s flagship New York location to explore the Cushman & Wakefield brand and history as well as the city of New York.
  • Infusion launched the Bing Maps World Cup application during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa so millions of fans could easily follow the month-long soccer finals. To deliver this unique experience for World Cup fans, the team of Infusion developers employed emerging Microsoft technologies Azure and Bing Maps. The application opened to a world map that highlighted countries participating in the tournament through “pushpin” icons displaying their respective national flags. Clicking on a flag pin delivered team information and scheduling details, indicating the time of the team’s next match and their previous results in the tournament.
  • Working with Noront’s geologists, Infusion developers created a customized version of Infusion’s Falcon Eye for Microsoft Surface entitled Noront GSI. Using Surface’s unique multi-touch interface, Falcon Eye visualizes Noront’s data, maps, and analysis from mining operations. This gives investors the ability to mine through visual and scientific data and turn it into a concise message that provides insight into Noront’s ongoing geological research. Data can be shown to investors in an informal and interactive way, with the capability of overlaying images on top of one another.
  • Using primarily Silverlight and Bing Maps, Infusion created an interactive mapping application that outlined the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay route and its journey across Canada in real time. The application allowed users to select a specific day of the Relay, and explore how the route was traversed. Visitors were able to drill down into specific locations and dates to learn when the Torch was to pass a specific point and view regional multimedia.
  • Over 200 of the world’s largest corporations have turned to Infusion LIS to implement business intelligence and mapping solutions. Infusion’s LIS Locator drives traffic and increase revenues by guiding customers to your locations. Locators are custom-branded with your corporate logos, headers, and footers. The layout can easily be customized with color schemes formatted to meet your corporate brand standards.
  • The Chicago 2016 bid team turned to Infusion to develop an interactive, technological method of presenting Chicago as a host city for the 2016 Summer Games. Infusion leveraged TouchTV to create a custom event mapping and planning application for the Chicago 2016 Olympic bid team’s presentation to the IOC. The application was constructed using Bing Maps, Windows Presentation Foundation, and Infusion IP Falcon Eye. Able to display venues, training sites, traffic plans, infrastructure, and other benefits the city of Chicago has to offer in an interactive and intuitive format, the TouchTV application delivered a unique experience and highly functional overview of the Chicago 2016 team’s plans for the games solidifying its suitability as an Olympic host.
  • Infusion collaborated with the EEA to develop a social, climate-change themed website entitled “Bend the Trend”. The aim of the site is to inform and inspire people globally to engage each other in an effort to combat climate change. Infusion developed an internet platform allowing users to pledge a lifestyle change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from their daily consumption over the course of a year. Bend the Trend is the first application of its kind to demonstrate the collective efforts of an environmental pledging initiative, incorporate data from a pledge system, and display the aggregate effects of the pledges across the world.
  • With the Super Bowl and millions of tourists fast approaching, the Tampa Bay Police Department engaged Infusion to develop a method of processing incident and event details in a manner that was intuitive and easily understood partner to resolve these issues. In conjunction with two of Tampa Police existing data management and voice over IP partners, Infusion implemented its operational dashboard, Falcon Eye, to provide the solution.
  • BMO engaged Infusion to redevelop their existing BMO brand locator internet service. This legacy application required the user to enter detailed information for finding a bank location and subsequently output the results in a tabular display. Infusion’s redeployment of the Branch Locator featured Microsoft technologies that permitted the user to enter minimal information and displayed the various branches graphically and with auxiliary data on a map. The user was able to manipulate the map to a desired location and, as the view changed, branch data updated to show the most relevant matches for the visible region.
  • Infusion's Bing Maps team was engaged by Microsoft on behalf of Shell to construct two mobile locator solutions, one for iPhone devices and one for Android smartphones. The applications allow users to visualize Shell retail and fleet station data on a map, generate routes, search for areas, and visualize their actual position on the map relative to stations.
  • Bing Maps Snapshot

    1. 1. INFUSION BING MAPS PORTFOLIO<br />
    2. 2. RETAIL & SERVICES<br />
    3. 3. Infusion developers created a web portal solution for the Centract team that allows for the analysis and tracking of trends and data within property appraisals conducted nationwide as well as monitoring of additional real estate markets. <br />In addition, the dashboard also integrated a geospatial overlay that utilized Bing Maps to display business intelligence data within the various regions of Canada using SQL Analysis Services.<br />Brookfield-Centract Settlement Services<br />
    4. 4. Infusion was engaged to create the Cushman & Wakefield Surface Lobby application, a project aimed at presenting corporate and historical information about the company as well as details about the New York City area. <br />The application allows employees and visitors to the company’s flagship New York location to explore the Cushman & Wakefield brand and history as well as the city of New York. <br />Cushman & Wakefield<br />
    5. 5. Infusion launched the Bing Maps World Cup application during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa so millions of fans could easily follow the month-long soccer finals. To deliver this unique experience for World Cup fans, the team of Infusion developers employed emerging Microsoft technologies Azure and Bing Maps. <br />The application opened to a world map that highlighted countries participating in the tournament through “pushpin” icons displaying their respective national flags. Clicking on a flag pin delivered team information and scheduling details, indicating the time of the team’s next match and their previous results in the tournament. <br />FIFA World Cup<br />
    6. 6. Working with Noront’s geologists, Infusion developers created a customized version of Infusion’s Falcon Eye for Microsoft Surface entitled Noront GSI. Using Surface’s unique multi-touch interface, Falcon Eye visualizes Noront’s data, maps, and analysis from mining operations. <br />This gives investors the ability to mine through visual and scientific data and turn it into a concise message that provides insight into Noront’s ongoing geological research. Data can be shown to investors in an informal and interactive way, with the capability of overlaying images on top of one another. <br />Noront GSI Surface Application<br />
    7. 7. Using primarily Silverlight and Bing Maps, Infusion created an interactive mapping application that outlined the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay route and its journey across Canada in real time. The application allowed users to select a specific day of the Relay, and explore how the route was traversed. Visitors were able to drill down into specific locations and dates to learn when the Torch was to pass a specific point and view regional multimedia. <br />Vancouver 2010 Olympics<br />
    8. 8. Over 200 of the world’s largest corporations have turned to Infusion LIS to implement business intelligence and mapping solutions. Infusion’s LIS Locator drives traffic and increase revenues by guiding customers to your locations. Locators are custom-branded with your corporate logos, headers, and footers. The layout can easily be customized with color schemes formatted to meet your corporate brand standards. <br />Infusion LIS Locator<br />
    9. 9. PUBLIC SECTOR<br />
    10. 10. The Chicago 2016 bid team turned to Infusion to develop an interactive, technological method of presenting Chicago as a host city for the 2016 Summer Games. Infusion leveraged TouchTV to create a custom event mapping and planning application for the Chicago 2016 Olympic bid team’s presentation to the IOC. <br />The application was constructed using Bing Maps, Windows Presentation Foundation, and Infusion IP Falcon Eye. Able to display venues, training sites, traffic plans, infrastructure, and other benefits the city of Chicago has to offer in an interactive and intuitive format, the TouchTV application delivered a unique experience and highly functional overview of the Chicago 2016 team’s plans for the games solidifying its suitability as an Olympic host.<br />Chicago 2016<br />
    11. 11. Infusion collaborated with the EEA to develop a social, climate-change themed website entitled “Bend the Trend”. The aim of the site is to inform and inspire people globally to engage each other in an effort to combat climate change.<br />Infusion developed an internet platform allowing users to pledge a lifestyle change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from their daily consumption over the course of a year. Bend the Trend is the first application of its kind to demonstrate the collective efforts of an environmental pledging initiative, incorporate data from a pledge system, and display the aggregate effects of the pledges across the world. <br />EEA Bend the Trend<br />
    12. 12. With the Super Bowl and millions of tourists fast approaching, the Tampa Bay Police Department engaged Infusion to develop a method of processing incident and event details in a manner that was intuitive and easily understood partner to resolve these issues.<br />In conjunction with two of Tampa Police existing data management and voice over IP partners, Infusion implemented its operational dashboard, Falcon Eye, to provide the solution.<br />Superbowl<br />
    13. 13. FINANCIAL SECTOR<br />
    14. 14. BMO engaged Infusion to redevelop their existing BMO brand locator internet service. This legacy application required the user to enter detailed information for finding a bank location and subsequently output the results in a tabular display. <br />Infusion’s redeployment of the Branch Locator featured Microsoft technologies that permitted the user to enter minimal information and displayed the various branches graphically and with auxiliary data on a map. The user was able to manipulate the map to a desired location and, as the view changed, branch data updated to show the most relevant matches for the visible region.<br />BMO Bank Locator<br />
    15. 15. OIL & GAS<br />
    16. 16. Infusion's Bing Maps team was engaged by Microsoft on behalf of Shell to construct two mobile locator solutions, one for iPhone devices and one for Android smartphones. The applications allow users to visualize Shell retail and fleet station data on a map, generate routes, search for areas, and visualize their actual position on the map relative to stations.<br />Shell Global Station <br />

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