Posts tagged ‘Dekho’
Kicking off our first Friday session was Nik Henry from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, discussing the Land Management Database System which is being used to standardise the spatial reporting of Natural Resource Management investment across NSW. Since 2001 the system has undergone ad-hoc development and customisation driven by the user base, and has now progressed to a multi platform system that can be used in ArcMap, Dekho and an IOS Mobile App.
How is Dekho 3.1 different? Well, in a nutshell, it’s simply a better product. We spent around nine months developing, consolidating and improving Dekho. So, song and dance aside, what’s makes this version of Dekho so cool (well in our opinion anyway, we hope you agree)…
Some of my favourite highlights include…
Integration has always played a big role in Dekho web applications, which is why we are really excited to announce that Dekho 3.1 comes with an ‘open integration framework’.
Dekho’s ‘open integration framework’ delivered as part of the 3.1 release means you can connect to any line of business system in your organisation.
So what does this mean? Well, it means that now Dekho will be able to integrate with more systems (and don’t forget data) providing you with the information you want, when you want it.
Last Friday (13th August), Jeremie Comarmond of Esri Australia and Susie Kempson of Melbourne City Council hosted the Esri LG meeting at the council offices of the City of Melbourne. There was a pretty large crew there, representing LGA’s from not only metro Melbourne, but also around the state.
The four main themes discussed were
- Data and Data Capture – 3D Point Clouds
- GIS Applications, ArcGIS and Dekho
- Base maps from MDS and Esri
If you haven’t been keeping your eye on the Dekho blog (which we would love you to do) the Dekho product team just posted some nice shots of the improved interface that is coming with 3.1. Shots include a look at the new icons, colours, info about the new side panel and the change to the default position of the selection review panel. Check it out…
Hopefully all improvements our Dekho customers will enjoy!
On Friday we announced here, first on this blog, that the upcoming release of Dekho 3.1 will be able to consume and utilise the MDS Foundation Maps… Just published today is the first look at the improved Dekho interface including MDS Foundation Maps, check out the Dekho blog
Also, if you would like more information on MDS Foundation Maps, visit the MDS website
The Dekho Team