OpusMap gives you the cartographic tools to design and publish any kind of interactive map from your GIS and digital mapping data. However, the way you design a Local Plan… The 5 Golden Rules for Route Maps
The OpusMap Team have been using GIS for over 30 years. Alan from the Team was one of the first users in the UK of ESRI’s ARCINFO as it was… QGIS: a genuine alternative in public sector GIS
Last week we saw the consequences of when a council fails to consult with a local community. The BBC and other media outlets reported on the embarrassment caused after trees… Neighbourhood Plans: Can’t see the wood for the trees?
The national aim of the Place Plan process is to enable the Welsh planning system to improve its engagement in planning decisions at a local level. Place Plans are… How to implement Place Plans in Welsh Communities
Data errors create problems. They can delay a project’s completion, make a project’s objectives difficult or unachievable and can prompt poor choices or bad decisions. Finding errors in your data… Top 5 GIS data errors to look out for
Why do I need a basemap? A basemap provides both the foundation and the initial building blocks for creating your map. It provides users with a geographical and a visual… What is a basemap and why is it important?
The OpusMap team works extensively with Local Planning Authorities who already understand the need for an interactive Web map in order to consult with the public in the most effective… 3 reasons your website needs an interactive map