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Month: July 2018

Counting Cars

Counting Cars

We had an interesting request not too long ago and it really sparked our interest. On the surface it entailed days of data collection that was honestly quite a large project to chew on. It involved the process of Counting Cars. Sounds like this project could apply to just about anything right? Want a hint? It’s a Commercial Real Estate project. Counting Cars So let’s back up. One of our long time clients needed some assistance in figuring out what infrastructure…

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3D Ski Maps

3D Ski Maps

Over the last few years we have been experimenting with the use of new 3D web technology. New, fast yet lightweight and mobile friendly applications that can display traditional 2D map data in the third dimension. We thought applying this to 3D Ski Maps was a natural fit. 3D Ski Maps Leveraging these new web technologies we came up with the above version that you can now test drive. Full seamless access to all Utah 14 Ski Resorts. Ability to turn…

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Aggregation

Aggregation

Data Aggregation might not make total sense to most, at least for casual users the mapping world. But it is one of the hidden items that really make a difference in what you ultimately get in your end products. Aggregation As per Merriam-Webster Aggregation is; “a group, body, or mass composed of many distinct parts or individuals” or “the collecting of units or parts into a mass or whole” So how do you apply that to maps? Pretty easily actually….

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