Posts in Category: Database

National Historic Landscape Characterisation (NHLC) Project

Client: Natural England

Extract from the 1km grid NHLCExegesis were appointed by Natural England to compile a national HLC dataset, drawing together the existing sub-regional HLC datasets and applying a common framework, structure and terminology to a new unified dataset. The aim of the project is to improve the awareness, understanding and ability to manage and monitor England’s historic landscape at a national scale.

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UKDMOS Archive Importer and Database

Client: JNCC

This desktop application imports archives from the UKDMOS database into SQL Server and converts the spatial data into SQL geometry layers. It creates layers that can be used by JNCC when assessing the extent of UK marine monitoring according to each broad marine discipline (e.g. biodiversity, physical oceanography and fisheries).

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Faculty Application System and Church Heritage Record

Client: Church of England

Church of England Faculty Application System and Church Heritage RecordThe Archbishops’ Council Faculty Simplification Group commissioned a working party to make recommendations for modernising and streamlining the faculty system. As part of this endeavour, ChurchCare - the Church of England's national resource - together with Exegesis, developed the Church Heritage Record and Online Faculty System.

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FlyMapper

Client: Zero Waste Scotland and Fly Tipping Action Wales

Flymapper fly tipping website and mobile app

FlyMapper is a tool for the reporting and management of fly tipping incidents. Developed by Exegesis, FlyMapper combines field recording of incidents via a mobile application and the management of data through a central database which is shared by multiple organisations.
 

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CMSi Designated Sites System

Client: Natural England

Development of CMSi Property & Agreements ModuleExegesis is extending CMSi for Natural England to allow it to be used for managing all designated sites in England. This will allow users to record the features on designated sites, their condition, the ownership on those sites, find out which other designations overlap their site including which SSSIs legally underpin Natura2000 sites.

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CMSi API

Client: Natuurmonumenten

Development of CMSi APIThe CMSi API is a set of web services that allows CMSi data to be exported and imported into other systems via a standard HTTP requests. The API is available for all plugin modules to CMSi (for example the Property and Agreements module, Observations and Vegetation module) and is part of the core CMSi system.

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