GIS for the Rest of Us
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical data. So many small businesses, local municipalities and DIY'ers are forced into purchasing cost prohibitive GIS/Mapping software and hardware configurations from the "Big Box" companies for their simple yet meaningful mapping needs. Not to mention the learning curve it takes to make use of it all. GeoJAW Mapping Solutions utilizes "Open Source" mapping packages so EVERYONE can attain & accomplish their individual mapping needs.
Maps, maps and more maps! We all have them, but how to manage or upgrade to the 21st Century? Of course, many of us are keen to Google Maps, Google Earth and a few Apps that let you view maps. Maps come in many forms: hard copy paper plots, digital files such as PDF's, online as Web Maps or in Apps that we use on the go. GeoJaw offers the basics as well as advanced maps for your needs. Poster-sized wall plots, Digital PDF maps, data for use in a GIS System, Web Mapping and best of all - Custom Mobile Maps for use in your handheld devices.
Survey Grade Accuracy?
Do you really need it for non-survey grade work?GeoJAW Mapping Solutions utilizes standard GPS technologies (ie. NMEA-0183 and SiRF) for the majority of its mapping services. We utilize the existing hardware within our mobile devices in combination with software applications to maximize its full potential; If higher accuracy is needed we can configure higher accuracy Blutooth GPS Receivers to coincide with additional mapping applications for best results. Need higher grade accuracy, we can consult you for your needs.
How Accurate is Your Data?
Data, data...data! It's all about the "DATA!" If your data stream is lacking in accuracy, out-dated or needs organization, GeoJAW Mapping Solutions will consult with you on a data package that is right for you. Let us plan what data you need, the correct formats and proper integration with either a new setup or existing database configuration you may already have in place. Without the data, a map is not a map at all. Take pride in your data and don't skimp in this department; you'll be glad you did!