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  • Citizen Generated Data Capture

    Citizen Generated Mapping Survey

    11th Apr 2017

    An online survey of UK local authorities is being undertaken by UK based research firm Quadriga Consulting. The survey is attempting to paint a more detailed picture of the types of citizen reported location data being utilized by local authorities.

  • Discover how Mid Ulster Council used Azimap to digitise data

    Mid Ulster Council Partners With Azimap To Digitise And Analyse Waste Collection Data

    27th Mar 2017

    Discover how Mid Ulster Council digitised the collection of trade waste from more then 250 sites across the Dungannon area and increase productivity by 80% using Azimap compared to utilising similar processes on the council’s proprietary GIS

  • ReportAll Incident Reporting App

    ReportAll Partners With Azimap To Publish and Share Incident Reports With Local Authorites

    8th Mar 2017

    ReportAll is a mobile app, which is available to download from both the iTunes and Android stores. ReportAll provides the public with the opportunity to report incidents of illegal tipping, graffiti, dog fouling and litter directly from their smartphone and to local authorities.

  • Kildare County Council GIS Project

    Kildare County Council Plans Public Services With GIS

    28th Nov 2016

    Kildare County Council is one of the main satellite counties of Dublin, partners with Azimap to migrate from a legacy desktop GIS to a web GIS. The overall objective of the council is to maximise collective knowledge, contacts and expertise to plan and co-ordinate service delivery in an integrated, efficient and effective manner.

  • Envo-Geo Partners With Azimap

    LiDAR feature recognition Using GIS

    15th Nov 2016

    With 17 years’ experience in the GI sector, Envo-GEO (Environmental Geoinformatics) specialise in providing GIS, remote sensing and 3D environmental data modelling solutions to public, private and research clients throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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