GeoMax 2018-03-25T16:10:23+00:00


What’s In An ID? Global IDs vs. Object IDs

A major role of a GIS professional is data management. This can include external data sources such as Excel spreadsheets, survey data, and even pictures with a geotag.

New Hire Announcement

Local Government GIS Consulting Firm Expands Public Safety Initiative with new Director.

Exiciting New Developments in Bathymetry Technology

Within the past two years there has been a revolutionary new sonar introduced to the industry which is taking bathymetry to a whole new level.

How to Export a Feature Server

The intention of this article is to demonstrate how to create a copy of feature attribution from an ArcGIS REST Service as different file types.

  • A snowy Town of Snowmass at night with lights glowing in the dusk. The town uses GIS.

Elevating an Enterprise GIS

When Snowmass selected Geographic Technologies Group (GTG) in late 2015 to complete a GIS Strategic Plan, the state of GIS within the town was not unlike many local governments throughout the country.

  • Fiber Cables for Analytics and FMS

Improving Service with Analytics

Jackson Energy Authority (JEA) has built one of the nation’s most advanced fiber optic broadband networks.

Visualization of GeoMax software integrating with different data systems.

Silently running in the background, GeoMax (GM) is a back-office data integration software. It is used to create GIS data for Crime Records, Fire Records, Work Orders, Code Enforcement Cases, Building Permits, Utility Accounts, Planning and Zoning, Accounts Receivable, Occupational Licenses and more.

Once it is set up on a client’s servers, it runs on its own, with the occasional GTG update to ensure it stays up to date and accurate. GM pulls data (like addresses) from other enterprise databases (such as CRM software) to create unique point layers in GIS. The ability to make data from different databases accessible in GIS, and being able to work with multiple databases, makes GM an integral part of a functioning and efficient GIS.