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Click through the tabs above to see some milestones in activeG's journey to become the leading integrator of Maximo and GIS.
activeG's future braintrust helps design and build a planetary imaging and mapping device for NASA's Mars Observer.
A spacecraft is lost, but an idea is conceived...
activeG's future managing partner develops the world’s first GIS component and associated spatial data store for the City of Scottsdale, Arizona – long before ESRI, Intergraph, or Smallworld have GIS components, or before there was a "Spatial" in Oracle.
It's official - activeG is born as a legal entity. Many years later, people are still erroneously capitalizing the "a".
activeG develops TLAMP (Transmission Line Asset Management Program), a GPS-enabled, map-based aerial inspection tool for high voltage transmission lines.
activeG's MapEngine provides Maximo integration with Google Earth.
Maximo users at Amtrak begin to view their assets in 3D.
activeG, LLC provides innovative, advanced spatial software solutions for companies running IBM Maximo, delivering complete integration of your Enterprise Geographic Information System (GIS) with the Maximo product line, via its MapEngine™ solution.
This integration can be to any GIS system which contains information about field assets, including their physical location and the network relationship of the physical system (water distribution system, sewer collection system, electrical transmission and distribution system, gas and oil transmission/distribution system, public works infrastructure, telecommunications system, airport infrastructure, as well as highway and transportation infrastructure, etc.).
We specialize in spatially enabling business applications for the web. activeG's partners have been developing products and providing services using component based design and development techniques since 1992. We have developed GIS integration applications for Land Information Systems, Code Enforcement, Call-Before-U-Dig, Field Inspections, Permitting, etc.