Your Geospatial Records should be shown on top of relevant MAP LAYERS (called TILESETS) such as:

  • Blueprints & Building Plans,
  • Surveyor Maps,
  • Drone Maps or
  • Crop Maps (NDVI).

What type of Tilesets you want to use depends on your project and resources.

Layers in MapgageTo manage GOLF CLUB operations you might use Crop Maps to identify turf issues, a Drone Map to precisely locate issues & work orders around the club grounds and clubhouse blueprints to manage its maintenance. Golf Turf and Clubhouse Maintenance Records would be recorded using 2 different FieldApps. You can share both Golf Turf and Clubhouse Maintenance Records on the same map or different maps depending on how your teams are organised.

A CONSTRUCTION SITE project on the other hand would mainly use Blueprints (PDF, Autocad files) and occasionally drone maps when working on specific stages such as Excavation, Foundation, and Roofing. Thus, **Tilesets** are project specific and depend on available map data.

Tilesets can also be added to FieldApps if you plan to link your records to specific Tileset. In a building maintenance or construction FieldApp you would link a Record to a specific Blueprint (e.g. Electrical Wiring Blueprint Floor #6)

Adding Tilesets to a Map is OPTIONAL. MapGage comes with a set of standard global Tilesets such as:

  • Satellite-,
  • Streets-,
  • and Terrain Layers.

MapGage at this moment accepts georeferenced GeoTIFF maps, MBTiles and PDF and AutoCAD files. We offer a premium feature that allows you to georeference these right in MapGage if needed.