If you or your department's users need to be able to quickly and easily map your data without any coding and provide it as a browser-based link to share with your colleagues then Mi Express is for you.
"This simple to use product allows users to add significant value to their raw data holdings and to share the products with their associates"John Weaver, Australian Federal Office of Spatial Policy
Integeo is proud to bring Mi Express as the latest component within the suite of Map Intelligence products. Mi Express is powered by the same Map Intelligence Server engine as used by all our MI Clients for different BI tools, and has the same capability to link and use different map-servers (for example Pitney Bowes Spectrum Spatial, Esri ArcGIS, GeoServer or any OGC compliant map server) and to view the maps using any of the MI Viewer options.
With Mi Express you can quickly upload your data to the MI Server via a dedicated web-browser page containing a 7 step guide to generating the mapped view of the data. Once uploaded a map display is achieved with just one click of the mouse button.
Mi Express has inbuilt capabilities to see your mapped data together with chart and table views and a powerful data-filter to enable syncronised updates of the map, charts and table views.
Region based theming of data is easily achieved via the advanced MI configuration panel - having the same features as used by our Business Intelligence customers.
Mi Express is the fast way of meeting the location analytics required by your organisation, over map services such as Google, Bing, Mapbox and Open Street Maps.
Mi Express has been adopted by the Australian Government Office of Spatial Policy to provide its users with these capabilities as part of MyMaps.
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Using the Mi Express Advanced Configurations you can colour-code regions.
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