Users have always resisted reading manuals. They demand intuitive interfaces that are similar to their accustomed experience on the Internet.

Map Intelligence Next Generation (MING) is a collaborative enabler for 3rd party developers to leverage benefit from our work and Integeo benefits from increased usage of it’s core IP.


Features for end users
  • faster response times
  • choice of MI Viewer - this is an extensible choice and is not restricted to an Integeo user interface (UI)
  • new alternative MI Viewer that embodies the familiar “web” look-n-feel
  • ability to overlay and view data from WMS enabled 3rd-party websites and applications


For 3rd party developers (also see the CIK)
  • allows mix and match of MI components in custom integrations
  • can fit MI to the target appliance – eg: phone, tablet, PC
  • not restrained to implementing the integration using Java


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From version 3.2.2 of the MI Server customers have been able to create and customize the MI Viewer user interface (GUI) as part of the MING.

MI’s original ‘Mapping Viewer’ renders all the layers and background map images inside the MI Server. MING user interfaces combine the MI generated layers and the background layers within the users’ web-browser which a far more flexible and configurable environment.


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