AIS developed a prototype web application for real-time collaboration and visualization of geospatial data. To learn more about this application check out parts one, two, and three of this blog series.

In this post, I’ll briefly discuss the rationale behind our decision to convert the backend of our prototype from ASP.NET MVC to NodeJS and will dive into the details of the conversion process. Our goal was to show that while AIS has a proven track record of leveraging the Microsoft stack to deliver solutions to our customers, we are also able to deliver solutions on other stacks based on our customers’ needs and existing infrastructure. Read More…

AIS developed a prototype that highlights the features and capabilities of open standards for geospatial processing and real-time data sharing through web applications. If you haven’t already, please click here to read part one. 

After getting the VIIRS data into our application using GeoServer, our next objective was to enhance the prototype to demonstrate some of the exciting things AIS is able to do through the use of various web technologies. Our goal was to provide a highly collaborative environment where clients on a variety of devices could all interact in real time with map data.

Figure 1: 3D Map Displaying WMS Layers

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