The text-to-map semantic engine is an automated process which searches text looking for place-names – for example, any text which refers to a country, region, city, town or suburb.

Place-names are detected using semantic searching, which evaluates the context in which the place-name has been found. For example, Orange may refer to a colour, a fruit, a county in California or a town in NSW depending on the context in which it is used.

Text-to-map finds place-names in your content, and adds their locations using Schema.org’s microformat tags, as used by Google, Yahoo and Bing search engines.

Text-to-map works automatically, and provides a mechanism to spatially-enable your content without requiring laborious manual intervention.



Geo-publisher complements your Content Management System (CMS) to help you publish web pages containing text, imagery, charts and maps.

Using a traditional CMS, it can be difficult to integrate maps with your other types of content. The geo-publisher works with your CMS to simplify the process of creating maps and layers, and tying them together with your other online content.

Geo-publisher works seamlessly with IBM Web Content Management (WCM) and with Drupal, and is also available in a stand-alone version.

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Map Viewer

Many online mapping viewers are designed by experts, for other experts. This means the maps are often too complicated for novice users, resulting in low user engagement and poorly-realised outcomes.

Full Extent’s map-viewer is designed with novice users in mind, while also allowing experienced users to find the answers they need from the map. User-centric behaviours are built into the map, resulting in a map viewer which doesn’t require any training to use.

For example, the user may simply click on any feature to find out more information. Features are automatically clustered where necessary to keep the interface un-cluttered.

Full Extent’s map-viewer aggregates groups of layers into discrete maps, each containing only the required information to answer a specific question. This keeps the interface lean and functional, and helps your users to get the most out of your maps.

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