Creating software tools to understand and optimise business processes by:
Management of data is a difficult issue. Integrated Mapping has considerable experience in
Our approach is to select technology appropriate to the task in hand, with the focus being on the outcome.
Here are a couple of projects we've done:
Wildtech NZ build systems for tracking endangered wildlife. They needed a custom mapping application to plan survey flights and to manage and report the collected data.
The SkyRanger application that we built presents the wildlife data dashboard, with the targets shown over a map background, with links to the associated attribute information. There are point-and-click for flight planning and export to the aircraft systems. Drag-and-drop tools left you sort and filter the results for analysis and reporting.
The Portobello Marine Laboratory of the University of Otago has been collecting science data since 1904. The Laboratory wanted to provide a way to make this data readily available.
As with any project involving data collected over a long period of time, there was an extensive process if data clean-up, digitising of paper records and geo-coding. The MarineInfo website that we developed provides a centralised location to maintain and distribute collection, climate and publication information. Once the geocoding process is completed it will also include online mapping.
Integrated Mapping developed Visual Dispatch for 90/20 Technologies. This is a powerful map-based tool for managing job allocation and workflow for field staff. The map-based approach allows efficient allocation of work, minising wasted travel time and vehicle costs. It also allows low priority work to be slotted in on the way to scheduled work.
The implementation for dog control at the Christchurch City Council resulted in major cost savings and won an ALGIM Innovation Award.