We recognize that our clients look to us for a range of professional consulting services in addition to providing them with the best enterprise-wide geospatial production management software. Whether you are building a business case for a major capital investment in advanced sensor hardware, managing the deployment of a new technology such as lidar, looking to build a detailed training curriculum for new staff or are an experienced firm looking for external process auditing and best practices advice, we can help you.
Our Workflow Consulting Services group provides workflow analysis, implementation planning, technology deployment and operational support services to firms looking to implement best practices and improve production efficiency across their organizations. We assist your staff by working with them from the very beginning of their decision-making process to build a customized solution tailored to their specific needs, allowing them to rapidly deploy new technologies or improve the efficiency of your existing workflows and geospatial tools. Our experienced team will create customized solutions that help you achieve your operational objectives while improving your bottom-line performance.
The GeoCue Software Development Kit (SDK) provides the interface library to the GeoCue Repository (Server). This allows you to add software tools to a GeoCue constellation that can connect to the GeoCue Server’s Application Programmer’s Interface (API). The API supports programming in any .NET compatible software development language.
GeoCue is based on the latest version of the Microsoft .NET architecture and features a full event notification system. GeoCue Client software executes on all professional Windows operating systems from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1. GeoCue Server components can execute on Windows desktop operations systems as well as Windows Server, 2008 and later. GeoCue ships standard with both 64 bit and 32 bit program versions. GeoCue’s distributed processing system supports remote machines running Windows, LINUX and certain implementations of UNIX.
The SDK is an annual subscription that includes 20 support units (each support unit is a ½ hour incident).