Mapping data using visualization tools is a powerful way to engage your audience. Today’s announcement by the Toronto Police of a crime-mapping tool is a great example of an interactive, online map to further engage the public. Crime-mapping tools can help solve major crimes by being able to visualize data on a map. Here’s a snippet of the story:
“The set of tools provides interactive mapping of crime information that will give the public up-to-date locations of what’s been happening in their communities,” Ian Williams, acting manager of business intelligence and analytics, said in a release.
Interacting with GIS Data
Data growth is set to continue at a fast rate, with data growing in volume, breadth, and complexity.
Many datasets within our enterprises are capable of being mapped, but accurate geocoding, datasets and easy to use visualization tools are the key.
DMTI Spatial Data Visualization
Did you know that DMTI Spatial provides options? Our datasets cover over 97% of Canadian addresses. We update over 2,100 postal codes and 2,300 municipalities across Canada in the last 3 months alone. And this data is available for use in mapping apps as well. Our API brings high precision geocoding and address points directly into your customer solutions.
Are you struggling to implement data visualization? What challenges do you run up against in engaging your audience through mapping technologies? Click here to learn how DMTI Spatial can help.