Cadenza as GIS
Cadenza is the only data analysis and reporting platform to also include all the functions of a modern geo-information system (GIS). As a complete GIS platform, Cadenza provides the user with continuous access to map data via all access points: from desktop GIS and a web GIS, right up to a GIS app for tablets and an interface for spatial services. So with Cadenza, you are not just only able to visualise data on the map, you can also edit and analyse spatial data.
Desktop GIS, Web GIS and mobile GIS
There are some users who simply want to visualise and print their spatial data on the map, and there are GIS experts who require extensive GIS functions for collecting geometries. In addition, the maps should be able to be professionally assigned, together with other views on the data such as searches, charts and reports.
This is why Cadenza has appropriate GIS functions for all access points: on a desktop, in a browser or mobile on a tablet. In addition, Cadenza Services provide third-party applications with access to all data and information views. If required, a map designed on a desktop is available upon request and without additional effort on the web GIS, on the mobile device or as service.
Editing and printing spatial data
Cadenza provides GIS users with all the functions required for digitalising and collecting specialist spatial data as points, lines and areas. And all that on the desktop, on the web or mobile when on the go. The user is supported in efficiently collecting spatial data with snapping functions, automatic plausibility checks and many other diverse functions.
When exporting the designed maps, Cadenza uses extensive printing and plotting functions – accurate to the pixel, with designed keys and also for the highest-resolution printed maps.
Comprehensive rights administration
Like no other GIS, Cadenza can be universally used throughout the organisation for all spatial data. This is ensured through a comprehensive map and layer directory and, above all, integrated user and rights administration. The map and layer directory is stored centrally and is continuously available to all access points. In the user administration, the visibility of the layers and maps as well as the Cadenza range of functions is individually tailored to every user.
Use in spatial data infrastructures
Cadenza supports the most common GIS formats, spatial databases and spatial services and is based on the open standards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). The OGC defines and standardises service interfaces especially for exchanging spatial data. Using Cadenza Desktop, Web and Mobile you can access the most common OGC services, for example the Web Map Service (WMS), the Web Feature Service (WFS) or also the Web Processing Service (WPS). In addition you can also directly access the ArcGIS server services by Esri using a REST-API. The great thing here is: Cadenza does not only have read access to services, it also serves as input interface, for example for WFS-T or ArcGIS server services. This enables Cadenza to be optimally combined with other GIS solutions in your company and forms an additional component in a spatial data infrastructure (SDI). A GIS for every workplace.