Richmond, VA – March 6, 2007 – Timmons Group, a leader in geospatial and engineering consulting services, today announced that the company’s Technology sector has contracted with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) to architect and build a spatial index engine. The Geographic Indexer will manage a collection of spatial layers and associated feature shapes, and dynamically manage the relationship between them.
“FWRI manages and maintains numerous layers of spatial information. Understanding the overlap, both contextually and spatially, is important and not a capability of core GIS applications. Traditionally, spatial data have never been envisioned as part of a bigger, more holistic, system that has both textual (keyword) and spatial overlaps. Providing a simplified interface to search for keywords and understand the spatial overlap between returned results adds a new dimension to both spatial and non-spatial searching. We are excited to work on this project and the ability to extend our existing relationship with FWRI staff,” said George Simpson, Senior Architect for Timmons Group.
About Timmons Group
Timmons Group is a leading provider of geospatial, information architecture and engineering services focusing on ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Mobile (ADF) and Enterprise solutions. Timmons Group is a privately held ENR 500 company and maintains a strong business partner relationship with ESRI. Timmons Group has been a recipient of both the ESRI Business Partner of the Year award and the ESRI Foundation Partner of the Year award.
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