Quick overview of the VuMAP Toolbox Drawing Tool Draw lines or closed shapes over the map, name and save your sketch under the “My Marks” tab. Measure Tool Measure distances and areas in your choice of units, name and save your measurements under the “My Marks” tab. Annotation Tool Add labels to features you see […]
Unlimited access to review geographic data through an internet browser.
If you work in any outdoor trade with a crew of mobile workers and equipment, you can use VuMAP to save time and money on project administration. Follow the step by step example below to see how. Let’s imagine you’re an arborist and a home owner who is concerned about Emerald Ash Borer has contacted […]
Imagine you’re researching a property’s history as part of a pending real estate transaction. You may need to ensure that all lands are included where multiple PINs make up one property, and that the description of the property matches permit records. Map based searches are a naturally good fit. Let’s say a single driveway provides […]
Imagine you’re researching a property’s history as part of a pending real estate transaction. You may need to ensure that all lands are included where multiple PINs make up one property. Map based searches are a naturally good fit. Let’s say you’re searching a vacation property that doesn’t have road access, and therefore, no standard […]
For a lightweight application, VuMAP sure does some heavy lifting when it comes to day to day productivity in your real estate or law practice. Today’s rarely asked question highlights a simple but powerful built-in tool that will help speed up your research; the query tool. Find the location on a map Query to review […]
The following data layers are available. Review a detailed interactive coverage map here. FBS Data 2002 FBS Imagery 2006 FBS Imagery 2007 FBS Imagery 2008 FBS Imagery 2009 FBS Imagery 2010 FBS Imagery 2011 FBS Imagery 2012 FBS Imagery 2013 FBS Imagery 2014 FBS Imagery 2015 FBS Imagery 2016 FBS Imagery 2017 FBS Imagery 2018 […]
The layers will draw in the order you see them in the layers list, drawing the bottom most visible layers in the list, then drawing the visible layers above it over top. Since the imagery is opaque and completely covers an area, it will hide any layers that have drawn below it. In the image […]
There are two reasons why this may occur. 1. Some layers are too detailed to draw when you are zoomed out to view a large area. Below the name of each layer, you’ll see “Zoom Levels: [#-##]” which indicates how close you need to be zoomed in before the layer will start to draw. You […]
Use the Save View tool to mark places you’d like to return to often. You’ll find your saved views under the ‘My Marks’ tab.
Bring in csv files with lat/long locations of points, or import a zipped shapefile you’ve created elsewhere