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MAPS

MISSIONMAP is powered by the Telogis Geobase mapping engine, with base map data from HERE (formerly Navteq) - the leader in worldwide geographical data compiling. MISSIONMAP is capable of displaying both vector and raster map data which can generally be supplied by your governments geospatial information department.    

SUPPLIED BASE MAP (AUSTRALIA)

  • National Address Data
  • Road and Street Data 
  • Land Parcel - Cadastral Data
  • Land Base Polygons - Parks | Water Bodies | Country Landmass

SUPPLIED BASE MAP (INTERNATIONAL - telogis/here)

  • Address Directory
  • Road and Street Data
  • Land Base Polygons - Parks | Water Bodies | Country Landmass

MISSIONMAP Aircraft Information Display

CUSTOM MAP DATA (RASTER)

A raster image a is series of pixels - basically a picture or photo.  An example would be a digital version of a street directory or a set of topographic maps.  These are somewhat limited in that they cannot be zoomed in or out very far before the image quality is affected.  Text on the maps does not rotate or move when the map rotates or moves.  By using a combination of vector data and raster images the overall result can be superior to using either method on its own. 

USERS CAN SUPPLY OR PURCHASE COMPATIBLE GEOGRAPHICALLY REFERENCED:

  • Aerial and Satellite Imagery
  • Scanned Paper Maps
  • Aeronautical Charts
  • Marine Charts
  • Topographic Maps
  • Street Directory

CUSTOM MAP DATA (VECTOR)

Vector data, or vector graphics use X and Y coordinates that define a series of points, lines and shapes (polygons), which using mathematical equations are then represented as graphics.  In this case, being a map image that is able to be easily rotated, zoomed and generally customised to suit users needs. MISSIONMAP supports:

  • Aeronautical: Visual Terminal Chart
  • Hazards: High Tension Wires | Poles | Towers
  • Points of Interest or Geographical Landmarks
  • Topographic Data: Creeks | Swamps | Cliffs | Contours etc.
  • Organisational Specific: Radio Boundaries | Fire Regions | Power line Infrastructure