Our client has a number of gated communities across the country. At present, when an address is entered on Google Map or Apple Map, including the dwelling / unit number, Google maps or Apple Map only displays the street address, not the dwelling itself, which confuses the visitors. We want to improve the information displayed on Google Map and Apple Map by creating SHP or KML files for each gated community and uploading them on these portals. It is a staged project, as we will be working with one community at a time. We are looking for someone to assist with a trial project to evaluate its effectiveness and relevance.
Project requirement 1) you will get SEVERAL Excel files that contain US-based addresses (see attachment as one example) 2) we need your help to map those US-based addresses onto a US map using BI tools (e.g., Tableau) or other tools you can think are appropriate. Each address should be represented as a circle or a dot 3) in some cases, we need you to use red circles/dots to represent one group of US-based addresses, and blue circles/dots to represent another group of US-based addresses
We would like to create maps that visualise the representation of various facilities in a city and then use these maps in a report (so need to be able to copy images into a word doc). Ideally we would like to be able to produce a master map that highlights all the facilities we have listed (44 facilities in total) but then filter the map by the type of facility and the hierarchy it sits within). This master map can then be filtered by us to create a map for each facility type, or hierarchy across facility types. For example, we would like to be able to show all the basketball facilities on a map, but then be able to filter to show all types of facilities. We understand that a normal PDF can be developed in this way to apply filters / layers to it. We have provided GIS codes for each facil...
I run a mineral exploration company and we are mapping mining claims in the US. The data usually looks like this We take that and geo-reference it in Arcgis. If you are interested in working on this too I'd be glad to provide more information.