TransVoyant Releases GeoMapper™ Data Fusion and Visualization Toolkit

December 10, 2013

Free downloadable software tool allows users to merge maps and imagery with essential data points for enhanced data visualization.

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) December 10, 2013

TransVoyant today announced the release of new data visualization toolkit, GeoMapper™, which is being offered for free public download at http://www.transvoyant.com. GeoMapper helps software developers integrate large amounts of static and dynamic data into a single map from dynamic data sources and layers – such as weather, aircraft and traffic.

The easy-to-use web mapping and visualization tool has the ability to display various real-time data feeds and fuse them into one common operating picture. Map objects can move and dynamically change symbols or colors to reflect real-time conditions utilizing GeoMapper’s server-based architecture.

“Software developers that need to build secure, web-based applications that integrate imagery, maps and data elements from multiple online sources will benefit from this release,” stated Dennis Groseclose, President of TransVoyant. “The tool can handle substantial amounts of dynamic data including geospatial and location-based information, and is easily integrateable into existing and new visualization web applications.”

TransVoyant Vice President of Software Development Kirk Bloomquist, explains that, “Displaying imagery, maps and a myriad of data elements from multiple sources is challenging. Displaying large amounts of data in a web application is even more difficult. Large, highly dynamic data sets bring traditional mapping technology to its knees. To meet application demands like these, TransVoyant created GeoMapper.”

GeoMapper Benefits:

  •     Displays multiple map views on a single webpage―manipulate views independently or link multiple views together for a more complete picture
  •     Provides the ability to interact with dynamic geospatial and non-geographic images with a full range of built-in navigation and drawing tools
  •     Customizable end-user interface―look and feel is driven by user needs or existing applications (client or server integration options)
  •     Fluid user experience―specifically designed for web applications
  •     Easy to deploy and maintain on an enterprise level
  •     Can display map data on mobile devices with TransVoyant professional services support

To learn more and to download a complimentary copy of GeoMapper, visit http://www.transvoyant.com/technology/geomapper.

About GeoMapper

GeoMapper arms software developers with an embeddable visualization toolkit they need to build state-of-the-art web-based applications that integrate imagery, maps and data elements from multiple sources. GeoMapper is a scalable web mapping and visualization toolkit that gives users the ability to display various real-time data sources and fuse them together into one common operating picture. Use GeoMapper to visualize complex maps, combine imagery and vector formats, integrate dynamic data, rapidly refresh views, and display large numbers of query results efficiently (and in near real-time) for insight into vehicle locations, network traffic, troop deployments and the status of geographically dispersed projects. Learn more at http://www.transvoyant.com/technology/geomapper.

About TransVoyant LLC

In our high-volume data-driven world, TransVoyant delivers real-time intelligent decisions to global customers. TransVoyant employs a team of cleared analysts, consultants and technologists to assist clients in designing, implementing and managing solutions for outcome-focused intelligence. TransVoyant solutions are used by business and government customers to make real-time decisions with high-velocity live location, time, context and preference information. Our decision and predictive analytics technologies and proven value-focused methodology, combined with our long history of on-time and on-budget solution delivery, improve outcomes for intelligence, defense, supply chain and risk management customers. For more information, visit http://www.transvoyant.com.

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