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Scottish Litter Monitoring System

Client: Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland Litter Monitoring SystemWe were contracted to provide a mobile and web-based system to monitor litter and fly-tipping for organisations in Scotland.

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North York Moors Mobile Buildings at Risk Survey

Client: North York Moors National Park Authority

North York Moors Mobile Buildings at Risk SurveyWe worked with North York Moors National Park Authority to fulfil their Heritage At Risk Pilot project, developing a mobile “app” plus mechanisms for managing authentication and synchronising the survey data with the main Historic Environment Record database.
 

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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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Bristol City Rights of Way Survey

Client: Bristol City Council

Bristol City Council Rights of Way SurveyBristol City Council held a considerable amount of data relating to the assets on their public rights of way network, but some of this information was out of date. exeGesIS were asked to resurvey the network, preserving what existing information was still relevant, and updating where appropriate.

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Species Observations and Vegetation Recording Module

Client: GBNL (a consortium of Dutch conservation organisations)

Species observation and vegetation recording module for the Conservation Management System CMSiThe observations and vegetation mapping module for CMSi was developed to allow managers to integrate wildlife records and vegetation surveys with their site data. This covers site monitoring projects, incidental records, data browsing and filtering, and includes a sophisticated report wizard.

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Coast Alive Smartphone Project

Client: Norfolk County Council

Coast Alive rights of way smartphone applicationWe developed two mobile applications that demonstrated how rights of way data from Norfolk County Council and Zeeland can be consumed, shared and updated by mobile users. The applications allow the mobile user to see data and information in their local area, edit that information and report issues back to the host databases.

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Cemetery Survey

Client: Christchurch Borough Council

Cemetery SurveyChristchurch Borough Council contracted exeGesIS to undertake a survey of the council's cemeteries. This required an assessment of around 4,000 graves across Christchurch, with each one accurately plotted on a map, photographed and condition assessed, along with a detailed risk assessment.

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Scoping Study and Pilot Survey of Upland Habitats

Client: National Parks and Wildlife Service

Upland habitat mapping in IrelandThis project involved the collation and evaluation of a suite of ecological datasets, the production of an indicative map of upland habitats, an investigation of upland field data collection options, and capturing all survey data to GIS.
 

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The London Access Management System

Client: Walk London

This project involved the survey of several hundred kilometres of walking trails across London, provision of the results in a bespoke asset management system and publishing the results through a map-based, web interface. Using our 'Path Surveyor' application, the survey team captured data on 24,000 features with 15,000 images.

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Wales's rights of way condition survey 2002

Client: Countryside Council for Wales
The Countryside Council for Wales contracted exeGesIS to design and deliver a survey to establish the condition of the path network to provide estimates of the resources required to properly maintain ... read more
 
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