Integral-LIS Spatial

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Integral-LIS Spatial Map Viewer

Integral-LIS Spatial, formerly known as the EasyMap module, is included in the Integral-LIS application suite. EasyMap has been rebranded to Integral-LIS Spatial to more accurately capture the application’s spatial mapping abilities and the benefits it provides land and environmental managers.  The Integral-LIS Spatial module displays your land information in a map interface and provides a visual representation of your parcels, site boundaries, permit boundaries, leased areas, reserves, and much more in one powerful tool. This information is overlaid onto Google Maps to provide a useful base map and reference. Mapping is fully integrated into Integral-LIS’s core functionality and can display all of your land information in the LIS database on the map using data management forms. All data entered in other modules, such as Properties, Agreements, Permits, or Facilities, is shown, in real time, on the corresponding maps.

The Integral-LIS Spatial module can be seamlessly integrated with your GIS department’s layers by consuming maps from ESRI’s ArcGIS Server or from GeoServer.

Mapping Options

The Integral-LIS Spatial module has two versions: Basic and Advanced. With the Basic Map View, you can view the location of your sites, properties, facilities, buildings, and other features overlaid on top of Google maps. The Advanced Map View is compatible with ESRI products such as ArcGIS Server and offers a much more detailed view of your properties and land assets, providing convenient access to critical data sets, and the ability to view data from other modules in the application suite. Integral-LIS Spatial can contain as many GIS layers as you need, with layers and symbology easily set-up and managed by your GIS department, or by our GIS experts.

Mapping Security

Because mapping is part of the Integral application suite, the same security is applied throughout the Integral-LIS Spatial module. Your users only see the data they have access to using the existing layers.