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  • Brian Hearn - MapDotNet Blog
    provided 11 1 0 added getCentroid to geometry and fixed getLabelingPoint to work with zero area sets 11 0 3 added setters to descriptorLocal 11 0 2 geometry isValid now returns false if a path with no sets 11 0 1 added interpolate static function to point 11 0 0 removed deprecated options and methods and added shapeDragOption to beginDigitize options for dragging envelopes and circles 10 6 0 added intersection function to envelope 10 5 0 moveFixedElement now supports optional animation parameter 10 4 0 added queryByEnvelope to requestorLocal Additions to the REST Service Added support for negative buffers on buffer transform Added multi layer drill down query support Improvements to map caching and data connectors Improved support for cache key generation including using quad key CRM connector works now with both 2011 and 2013 Continue reading Hits 953 0 MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that

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  • MapDotNet UX 9.5.0 Released - MapDotNet Blog
    favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login MapDotNet UX 9 5 0 Released Posted by Brian Hearn on Friday 03 April 2015 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 954 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark The MapDotNet Team is pleased to announce the release of V 9 5 0 Download the latest here http www mapdotnet com index php trial downloads This release includes Multiple improvements and fixes to mapsjs 12 1 2 fixed exception on utility mdnFeaturesToObjects for empty datasets 12 1 1 fixed issue in ray test in southern hemisphere 12 1 0 added isc rim tile requestorLocal aggregate op fieldname filter function 12 0 0 removed pushRing popRing due to ring hole confusion use pushSet popSet added getHole and getHoleCount and getRing and getRingCount ignore holes 11 1 1 fixed issue with perimeter and area computations in cases where path ring index not provided 11 1 0 added getCentroid to geometry and fixed getLabelingPoint to work with zero area sets 11 0 3 added setters to descriptorLocal 11 0 2 geometry isValid now returns false if a path with no sets 11 0 1 added interpolate static function to point 11 0 0 removed deprecated options and methods and added shapeDragOption to beginDigitize options for dragging envelopes and circles 10 6 0 added intersection function to envelope 10 5 0 moveFixedElement now supports optional animation parameter 10 4 0 added queryByEnvelope to requestorLocal Additions to the REST Service Added support for negative buffers on buffer transform Added multi layer drill down query support Improvements to map caching and data connectors Improved support for cache key generation including using quad key CRM connector works now with both 2011 and 2013 0 MapDotNet UX 9 3 Released and Available for Downlo

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  • General - MapDotNet Blog
    level requires easy to use digitizing tools for tracing roads or rivers in metro areas With EasyTerritory com the user can seamlessly zoom and pan the map while drawing Another great feature of EasyTerritory com is the ability to calculate real time statistics as the user builds the territory These statistics provide information about the CRM records within the shape For example in this screenshot you can see how many Accounts are in the territory with their average sales The Functionality Draw Edit free form polygons to define territories Build territories from pre defined geographic boundaries e g US States Counties Zip Codes Area Codes Census Boundaries Overlay your target records from CRM e g Accounts Leads Opportunities custom entity records Export to CSV and Map Sharing Instant Statistics Hotspots and Clustering for Business Data i e Geospatial Business Intelligence The Data An EasyTerritory com map comes preloaded with this data 2013 US Census State County Zip Tabulation Area Tract and Block Group Data 2014 US Area Codes from the FCC 2013 US Census American Community Survey Data with 200 demographic indicators Bing Maps Street and Aerial Tiles MapQuest Open Basemap Tiles OpenStreetMap POI Data Coming Spring 2014 Getting Started If your organization is using Microsoft Dynamics CRM or Saleforce com and you have a problem with territory management we would love to hear from you Through www EasyTerritory com you can request a free 30 day trial of the cloud hosted SaaS version We will quickly send your instance information and schedule an initial call to give you an overview of the product and help you get started building your territories During your 30 day trial our CRM experts will be able to assist you with questions or technical help for free so there is no other investment other than your time Continue reading Hits 2126 0 MapDotNet UX Open Intel II and 2013 Census ACS Data Now Available on Amazon AWS Marketplace Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 28 March 2014 in General The MapDotNet Team is pleased to announce the availability of MapDotNet UX on the Amazon AWS Marketplace On the Amazon AWS Marketplace anyone can provision a Windows Server 2012 AMI virtual machine with our entire platform including the REST SOAP web services MapDotNet UX Studio touchgeo and Open Intel II pre installed and ready to use to perform spatial business intelligence or mobile data collection Equally as cool this AMI includes 200 indicators from the 2013 US Census American Community Survey ACS pre loaded into a SQL Server 2012 and configured for visualization in Open Intel II Cou Highlights SOAP and REST Web Interfaces with a high performance WPF based map tile renderer An opensource business intelligence solution including the complete US Census ACS 2013 dataset for demographic analysis and territory management An HTML5 mobile GPS data collection solution Here is a complete description of the offering MapDotNet UX is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer toolkit Included in the framework are HTML5

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  • Benton Belcher - MapDotNet Blog
    or leads on the map combined with geographic boundaries EasyTerritory com integrates directly with the CRMs through their respective APIs giving the application the ability to map business data In this example the EasyTerritory com map is embedded in a CRM dashboard with Account entity records and US county boundaries displayed for the user to query This YouTube video demonstrates how to build a sales territory using EasyTerritory com in a matter of minutes by selecting geographic features counties in this case and a second example showing free hand drawing Building territories at the sub city level requires easy to use digitizing tools for tracing roads or rivers in metro areas With EasyTerritory com the user can seamlessly zoom and pan the map while drawing Another great feature of EasyTerritory com is the ability to calculate real time statistics as the user builds the territory These statistics provide information about the CRM records within the shape For example in this screenshot you can see how many Accounts are in the territory with their average sales The Functionality Draw Edit free form polygons to define territories Build territories from pre defined geographic boundaries e g US States Counties Zip Codes Area Codes Census Boundaries Overlay your target records from CRM e g Accounts Leads Opportunities custom entity records Export to CSV and Map Sharing Instant Statistics Hotspots and Clustering for Business Data i e Geospatial Business Intelligence The Data An EasyTerritory com map comes preloaded with this data 2013 US Census State County Zip Tabulation Area Tract and Block Group Data 2014 US Area Codes from the FCC 2013 US Census American Community Survey Data with 200 demographic indicators Bing Maps Street and Aerial Tiles MapQuest Open Basemap Tiles OpenStreetMap POI Data Coming Spring 2014 Getting Started If your organization is using Microsoft Dynamics CRM or Saleforce com and you have a problem with territory management we would love to hear from you Through www EasyTerritory com you can request a free 30 day trial of the cloud hosted SaaS version We will quickly send your instance information and schedule an initial call to give you an overview of the product and help you get started building your territories During your 30 day trial our CRM experts will be able to assist you with questions or technical help for free so there is no other investment other than your time Continue reading Hits 2126 0 MapDotNet UX Open Intel II and 2013 Census ACS Data Now Available on Amazon AWS Marketplace Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 28 March 2014 in General The MapDotNet Team is pleased to announce the availability of MapDotNet UX on the Amazon AWS Marketplace On the Amazon AWS Marketplace anyone can provision a Windows Server 2012 AMI virtual machine with our entire platform including the REST SOAP web services MapDotNet UX Studio touchgeo and Open Intel II pre installed and ready to use to perform spatial business intelligence or mobile data collection Equally as cool this

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  • MapDotNet UX 9.3 Released and Available for Download - MapDotNet Blog
    Categories Categories Displays a list of categories from this blog Tags Tags Displays a list of tags that have been used in the blog Bloggers 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 MapDotNet UX 9 3 Released and Available for Download Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 22 August 2014 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1403 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Download the latest here http www mapdotnet com index php trial downloads Improved label rendering and multi line labels Added sum to feature service Support in Silverlight WPF advanced drawing to modify history stack Multiple enhancements to the mapsjs HTML5 map control library see http mapsjs com docs index htm for details MapDotNet UX Services no longer support express model 0 Top 5 Reasons to Spatially Enable Your CRM MapDotNet UX 9 5 0 Released Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more posts from author Subscribe to updates from author Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer tools Included in

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  • Uncategorized - MapDotNet Blog
    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 1861 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 a critical swing state for any national election has a very large voter roll with over 10 million records At the state zoom level EasyTerritory com aggregates the 10 million records by Census block group and displays a shaded thematic map of areas that lean more Republican Democrat or are balanced In addition to simplifying constituent management EasyTerritory com provides rich business intelligence

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  • Super User - MapDotNet Blog
    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 1861 0 Ontario Swine Health Advisory Board Selects MapDotNet and MapsJS for Data Visualization Posted by Super User on Friday 28 June 2013 in Uncategorized The Ontario Swine Health Advisory Board OSHAB recently added advanced mapping capabilities to their Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome PRRS Application They chose to standardize on MapDotNet and the recently launched MapsJS HTML5 map control project to support an interactive user experience on the desktop or on tablets With the MapsJS map control a user can effortlessly pan and zoom to any swine farm site and overlay the farm business information stored in SQL Server 2008 residing on the Long View Systems OnDemand Cloud The mapping component of the PRRS application enables researchers to visualize risk factors for the spread of PRRS geospatially Researchers can see graphically various attributes for swine farms such as whether or not they have a confirmed presence of the disease or what strain of the disease is present and other external factors such as farm suppliers By navigating the map and selecting a site the application displays detailed information about the particular farm and enables viewing and exporting reports on other farms within a certain radius All of the farm data including the spatial information is stored in and queried from SQL Server 2012 MapDotNet UX acts as the

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  • Top 5 Reasons to Spatially Enable Your CRM - MapDotNet Blog
    to increase the speed of proposal generation and lower their fees by leveraging control points from prior surveys they d done 3 Visualize CRM entity data within the spatial context of other GIS data or feeds Overlaying geographic data that exists outside of CRM is a very common use case I ve encountered For example the Broward Sheriff s Office also uses the maps to overlay school park daycare and library parcel boundaries in order to measure the distance around an offender s address to see if it intersects a property where children may congregate This functionality in CRM helps BSO comply with state and local ordinances and saves them the time of going into the field to do a measurement Another great example of integrating additional geographic data is from a large restaurant franchise This organization manages their store and supplier locations reasons 4 5 within CRM When a big storm system moves across a region of the US oftentimes their suppliers e g bakeries and protein producers can be impacted By overlaying a live weather feed on top of their store and supplier locations they can anticipate disruptions in the supply chain Here is an example of what a weather overlay combined with store location data looks like 2 Geospatial Business Intelligence and Ad Hoc Spatial Analysis Geospatial business intelligence is always a very hot topic when it comes to CRM data I ve observed this again and again over the past few years The limitation of the out of the box CRM charts and graphs is they can t deal with one of the most important factors of the data the location BI components that display information on an interactive map allow CRM users to account for location in their analysis The following are descriptions of popular geospatial visualization techniques that give prospective to the data Thematic Mapping Thematic mapping capability is the cornerstone 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

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