uGRIDD offers worldwide georeferencing in 74 countries, which includes 449 grid systems and 12 projections. User-defined grids are also supported by relating two or more common points with one of the known grid systems. Users can produce customized data maps using their project coordinate system without data conversion.
Data stored on and/or linked to the uGRIDD website are secured by username and password protection. The uGRIDD website is protected by SSL certificates to ensure authentic access and secured transactions. Hacker-inserted malicious links are scanned and monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The uGRIDD system can recognize 99.9% of internet browsers and utilizing up to 256-bit encryption.
Web based facility information modeling is supported by offering unlimited floor plan navigation, panorama view interface, and powerful hotlinks. The hotlinks can be programed to access photos, pdf files, webpage, etc. Mobile devices are supported for information retrieval and data collection. Live data query based on location of interest (LOI) is supported via positioning enabled devices.
Infrastructure data depository can be shared to the public and/or to private user groups. Data in the depository are searched based on a location of interest (LOI) at lightning speed. There is no predefined data format or standard for users to share their data with others. User can also decide at the time of sharing, what other users may preview a small sample or the entire data being shared.
uGRIDD offers a great experience on mobile devices. Depending on the capabilities of the device, users may have the LOI dynamically located by enabling the positioning service in the device. Customized development allows users to utilize uGRIDD’s technology to its maximum potential. Mobile devices can also be used to collect data and to share it on the uGRIDD website.
Free uGRIDD apps coming soon.
LOI, a New Way to Search Data
The Location of Interest (LOI) can be a point, a line, or a shape with a search range from 0 to 20 miles (0 to 30 kilometers). Using uFIND reduces the time spent to find the data by allowing the users to focus on their purpose. The technology has been widely implemented in many other areas, such as navigational GPS and social network.