Redlands, California—June 11, 2009—Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) uses many tools to produce and maintain its geospatial data. To disseminate this geospatial data from Oracle Spatial and other geographic information system (GIS) formats throughout the organization, Iowa DOT has chosen ESRI's ArcGIS Server and its Image extension. The ESRI software solution will serve as a data hub for DOT's desktop GIS software and Web mapping applications while providing the tools for building and maintaining its service layer.
The ArcGIS Server Image extension optimizes data processing, providing a nearly instantaneous Web site view of imagery upon request. With ArcGIS Server Image extension, Iowa DOT can take raw or preprocessed imagery and immediately deliver it as a Web service to employees, clients, and project stakeholders.
A complete and integrated server-based GIS, ArcGIS Server allows organizations to distribute maps and GIS capabilities via Web mapping applications and services to improve internal workflows and communicate vital issues. Transportation professionals the world over have discovered and embraced GIS as an important tool in managing, planning, evaluating, and maintaining transportation systems.
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