Visualize patterns, trends and outliers in your data ( Geospatial Applications)
Axional Geospatial Allows organizations to easily implement spatial extensions and simplifies the process of building geospatial applications. Most data has a component that can be tied to a place: an address, postal code, GPS location, census block, city, region, country, etc. Geographic mapping lets you visualize, analyze, create and manage data with a geographic component.
Using a spatial database to store objects like points, lines and polygons using geometric data types offer a significant advantage compared to classic mapping solutions, where the view is oriented towards the analysis of transactional or statistical data. The new geographic tools can reveal trends and patterns that are otherwise hidden in alphanumerical data.
Form designer to query and represent alphanumeric and geospatial data.
Geospatial database migration tool to and from any supported databases.
Data capture from Android mobile devices and IoT hardware.
Independent XML/SQL PostGIS grammar.
Native SQL spatial queries. Using any coordinate system.
Multiple rendering options available to produce maps.