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  • Drawing and Querying Support in Open Intel II - MapDotNet Blog
    Bloggers Search for your favorite blogger from this site Team Blogs Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login Drawing and Querying Support in Open Intel II Posted by Benton Belcher on Monday 10 February 2014 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1017 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Two weeks ago the MapDotNet Team introduced Open Intel II to the market and today we re pleased to announce drawing and spatial query support in the solution Th e new drawing and querying capabilities are not only great for ad hoc spatial analysis but provide the foundation for simplified territory carving and management for CRM platforms like Dynamics CRM and SalesForce Check out this short YouTube video introducing the new drawing components http www youtube com watch v qQO1NgR7PW4 If you missed the first introduction to Open Intel II check out this blog http www mapdotnet com index php developers center easyblog entry introducing open intel ii spatial business intelligence 0 Introducing Open Intel II Spatial Business Intel Buffer Transform Capability Added to the MapDotNet Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile

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  • Introducing Open Intel II – Spatial Business Intelligence - MapDotNet Blog
    MapsJS map control giving managers and executives the power to view and understand critical data on an interactive and easy to use map on their iPad Android or Windows 8 tablet Open Intel II leverages the popular single page app JavaScript framework Durandal Additionally OI2 uses jQuery Knockout and Require JS making the code clean and easy to extend To see full functionality of this powerful codebase visit this live demo or watch an introductory video on YouTube Live Demo YouTube Demo OI2 Features Include Support for consuming tiles from a MapDotNet Server and WMS sources Overlay business data on top of your favorite consumer base map Bing Maps OSM MapQuest Open and more Support for fast client side feature rendering and dynamic classification for colors and shapes Auto complete searching Search and query results to data grid Hotspot visualization of point features Filtering and instant statistics Map sharing Interactive layer legend that supports multiple data layers Supports SQL Server 2008 2012 SQL Azure and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Here s a great example of Open Intel II embedded in a Dynamics CRM 2013 dashboard As a value add ISC can provide 200 US Census ACS indicators median income poverty employment figures etc at the county and tract levels for the entire US This data can enhance your spatial business intelligence implementation with OI2 and is great for market analysis We re really excited to bring this project to market Contact us to discuss how Open Intel II can help you dissect your geographic data or be extended to meet line of business needs This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 1 850 893 6741 x1023 0 Tagged in Dynamics CRM 2011 Product News SQL Server 2012 MapDotNet UX 9 2 Released and

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  • Recent blog posts - MapDotNet Blog
    of BI and ad hoc analysis Good mapping tools should allow the user to on the fly create classifications and filters In this example locations are classified by both sales data color and sub type shape Drawing and Querying The ability to draw shapes or select features then query your CRM data is also a very important concept in geospatial BI Having this capability in a mapping application gives you the ability to select features from existing layers or draw free form shapes and areas Clustering Clustering allows you to visualize large amounts of data on the map aggregated by density This example goes a step further by applying the classification 2013 Sales Totals color to the cluster Hotspots In this example hotspots are used to visualize the distribution of data normalized by the 2013 Sales Data Tampa and Orlando pop out as having high sales volumes based on density Points The other visualization technique that is common is simply viewing point locations Viewing the individual points works well at the sub count city level when you can click identify the feature Showing a callout with information about the point as well as a hyperlink back to the CRM record is a much desired feature Here is an example of voter registration data used by a political campaign 1 Improved Territory Management If you re like me you probably scroll through Top lists to get straight to the number 1 so here we are My 1 reason to spatially enable your CRM is to improve territory management Streamlining territory management is one of the most common reasons CRM organizations contacted us about our MapDotNet technology over the past three years and is the whole reason we started EasyTerritory com Reasons 2 5 are the building blocks to tackle territory management so they re worth a read Any organization that deals with multi tier sales territories or franchise areas is bound to struggle with the management of these regions I ve seen organizations struggle with the burdensome task of importing exporting CRM data to from MapPoint or managing territories from an Excel spreadsheet of zip postal codes Companies and even governments are starting to realize the power of using maps within Dynamics build territories and see real time statistics on the accounts leads stores within it It changes the entire perspective on how you might assign your records To see a demo of improved territory management in action check out this YouTube video https www youtube com watch v R4 uIlHWPG0 If you re interested in learning more about leveraging geospatial capabilities within Dynamics please feel free to email me benton at easyterritory com Continue reading Hits 1862 0 EasyTerritory com Adds Florida Voter Registration Data Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 16 May 2014 in Uncategorized EasyTerritory com a new start up focused on simplifying territory management in Microsoft Dynamics CRM has just added the Florida voter registration dataset for political campaign subscribers to simplify their constituent management processes Florida

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  • MapDotNet UX 9.2 Released and Available for Download - MapDotNet Blog
    Search for your favorite blogger from this site Team Blogs Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login MapDotNet UX 9 2 Released and Available for Download Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 27 December 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1122 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark MapDotNet UX v 9 2 includes a small number of new features added to the REST Services numerous updates to the HMTL5 map control MapsJS and updated support for the Windows Azure SDK Download the latest here http www mapdotnet com index php developers center 60 day trial downloads REST Services New support for cross domain JSON New ReturnTypes flag for feature service New DataSelectionKeywords MinMax Count Interval Quantile for feature service Added missing attribute Layer Visible in MapDefinitionJSON Upgraded Azure support to latest Azure SDK Added sessionState mode Off sessionState in services web config to correct WCF REST issue with allowed concurrent connections Multiple enhancements to the mapsjs control please see here for its release notes http www mapsjs com docs index htm 0 Tagged in Announcements HTML5 Mining for Gold with MapDotNet WebGL and CEF Chr Introducing Open Intel II Spatial Business Intel Related Posts New release of the touchgeo HTML5 mobile data collection app now available Uncategorized Apr 19 New additions to the HTML5 map control in the latest MapDotNet UX v9 0 4 drop General Apr 25 VIDEO 1 Introduction to MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM Uncategorized Jun 13 MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM Selected as a Premier Offering on the New Dynamics CRM App Store Uncategorized Jul 10 Kimley Horn Associates Selects Touchgeo for Sidewalk ADA Compliance Data Collection Project Uncategorized Jul 17 Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile

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  • Mining for Gold with MapDotNet, WebGL and CEF (Chromium Embedded Framework) - MapDotNet Blog
    Team Blogs Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login Mining for Gold with MapDotNet WebGL and CEF Chromium Embedded Framework Posted by Benton Belcher on Wednesday 20 November 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1846 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark The team at Teknol continues to innovate in a big way In addition to their awesome monitor mounting hardware this Mexico based company offers a number of multi touch mapping applications written with the MapDotNet UX WPF map control and the HTML5 MapsJS control for the mining industry in Mexico They have just recently released a new version GeoMiningTouch that supports 3D using WebGL and CEF Chromium Embedded Framework WebGL supports hardware accelerated graphics and makes it possible to display 3D maps CEF is utilized to create desktop applications with interfaces made with various technologies HTML5 JavaScript and CSS3 and WebGL From the 3D control the application makes asynchronous calls to the MapDotNet REST services to obtain map tile images to overlay on the terrain as well as perform feature queries with spatial and non spatial result sets The decision to use these technologies was made based on both the ability to create a multi platform app which runs on both Windows Linux Mac and Android and the capacity to create a modern user interface using cutting edge web technologies Checkout this YouTube video of the 3D view in action http youtu be DMuWpfmUs40 Here are some screenshots of the base GeoMiningTouch app written in WPF Nice job Teknol To learn more about Teknol and their technologies please visit www teknol net 0 Announcing Support for TypeScript in the Latest Ma MapDotNet UX 9 2 Released and Available for Downlo Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not

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  • Announcing Support for TypeScript in the Latest MapsJS HTML5 Map Control Release - MapDotNet Blog
    Bloggers Search for your favorite blogger from this site Team Blogs Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login Announcing Support for TypeScript in the Latest MapsJS HTML5 Map Control Release Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 25 October 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1516 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark The MapsJS developers are excited to announce support for TypeScript in the latest MapsJS drop 9 10 1 If you re not familiar with MapsJS it s a free HTML5 map control built by the MapDotNet team who have years of experience building tiled map controls MapsJS includes a rich drawing context for data editing digitizing measurement and mark up as well as native integration with the MapDotNet UX REST Web Services In addition to the new TypeScript support MapsJS also supports other popular JavaScript frameworks like jQuery Durandal and Knockout So what s TypeScript TypeScript is an open programming language backed by Microsoft that enables application scale JavaScript development It s a superset of JavaScript that compiles on the fly into plain JavaScript As summed up on TypeScriptLang com Types enable TypeScript developers to use highly productive development tools and practices static checking symbol based navigation statement completion and code refactoring TypeScript can be downloaded as Visual Studio 2012 plugin and will be native in Visual Studio 2013 The MapsJS type definition is available here https github com borisyankov DefinitelyTyped tree master mapsjs You can get the latest MapsJS drop here http mapsjs com or here http www nuget org packages MapsJS 0 Important Tip for Enabling Asynchronous WCF and RE Mining for Gold with MapDotNet WebGL and CEF Chr Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show

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  • Embedding the OpenIntel Business Intelligence Solution into a Dynamics CRM Dashboard - MapDotNet Blog
    Remember me Login Embedding the OpenIntel Business Intelligence Solution into a Dynamics CRM Dashboard Posted by Benton Belcher on Thursday 03 October 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1471 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark My two latest blogs about MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM focused on setting lat lon fields by performing a pushpin drag and drop on an embedded map web resource and syncing that record to a spatially enabled SQL table using the MapDotNet for CRM Data Sync Utility Today s blog rounds out this discussion by focusing on how to visualize and analyze your CRM data on a rich interactive map embedded in a CRM dashboard First a little background on OpenIntel OpenIntel is an open source codebase written in Silverlight that supports ad hoc spatial analysis and visualization across multiple spatial tables Microsoft funded the development of OpenIntel in 2010 and the source code is available for download at http oi codeplex com So what are the features of OpenIntel OpenIntel is configuration driven and does a ton right out of the box However since the code base is open source you can extend it to do very specific line of business use cases Now back to how to embed OpenIntel into a CRM dashboard 1 Get the latest OpenIntel from http oi codeplex com 2 Follow these OpenIntel set up steps http oi codeplex com documentation 3 Once you have OI set up and configuring build a map and create a MapShare 4 Create a new dashboard within CRM 5 Save your CRM changes publish and start mapping How cool is that Give us an email if you d like to see a demo This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 0 Spatial Database Synchronization

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  • MapDotNet UX 9.1 Released and Available for Download - MapDotNet Blog
    control small updates to the Silverlight and WPF controls as well as support for file system tile caching in MapDotNet UX Studio Download the latest here http www mapdotnet com index php developers center 60 day trial downloads MapsJS HTML5 Map Control isc rim js Note The absolute latest version of the isc rim js is available at MapsJS com or on Nuget Native support for DurandalJS Added contentRepositionAction to map control AMD module support and detection for require js KnockoutJS support now checks to see if it can be loaded via requireJS instaed of only globally Added support to point clustering for aggregating attributes into clusters Added rim point prototype convertToPoly 9 5 18 Fixed slight issue with opacity in rim html5 tile layers Added buffer argument to REST Features by WKT Added MapDefinitionJSON endpoint to REST service returns map definition file in JSON Added support for mouseWheelZoomsOverCenter set to false by default to zoom over cursor Now checks to make sure map is initialized before ko subscriptions can access map Added support for tile bleed on non canvas tiles Enhanced knockout JS support Fixed digitizing issues where nodes are real close to one another Added optional support for MDNSMapTileRequestor UseQuadKeyForMapCacheName Added support for key val pairs to pass into ajax call on requestor Embedded JS dependencies save for jQuery Added support to use image elements when canvas capability not needed Added composition support for print friendly output Silverlight and WPF Map Controls DeleteAllParts method Clear Shape node option on any part not just new ones allow Clear Shape to remove final part MDNSGeomTileRequestor QuadTileReadCacheEvent to support QueryResponse or QueryResponseTable in addition to serialized QueryResponse Studio Support Integrated Security in SQL Server data connection dialogs Out of the box file system tile caching support Easily build tile caches to

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