Digital

Big Data is No Match for Infobytes Mapping Technology

Infobytes was recently asked by a client to map their 1 ft. contour line elevation data on their web map consisting of over 200,000 rows of data. Displaying this amount of data in the browser has not been feasible in the past, at least in a manner fast enough not to cause the user to…

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New Respect for GIS and Mapping!

Usually our GIS wizard, Matt, does all the posts regarding mapping. But, I brought this hilarious post from my favorites and simply had to share with you all! Brings a totally new respect for modern day GIS and mapping! Hilarious! Now, our GIS guys get miffed if our tracking system is not exactly accurate at…

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Evolution of Web Design/Digital Design

Here’s fun post from a cohort in Germany, who even qualifies himself now as a Digital Designer. As you gaze through the slider, please know this isn’t exact (but close). My first publicly recognized web page was in 1996, and it made the local news. It had the ugly background imprint, pictures, and even sound.…

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Secure Utility Maps are Ready!

Secure Utility Maps We recently built a secure utility mapping system for one of our clients who wants to charge developers and others to view the city utility information online. Now more of our clients can make money from our products! Here is a screen shot from our client’s actual map. We edited and/or blurred…

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