Mappingbook maintains a high quality data model throughout the lifecycle of a project through regular and detailed collaboration with domain experts. Its environments harness both geographical and non-geographical visualization for the synthesis of complex information.
We use carefully selected technologies to rapidly and accurately process and deliver data to customizable interfaces or API frameworks. The design draws on theoretical components both from computer science and pure mathematics to provide an optimal solution.
In the biofuels sector, from 2007 to 2015, Mappingbook's Director, in consultation with the EC and the Associations evolved the BIOMAP tool’s network-based data and visualisation model from a trial of three projects to an application containing some 5000 entities, 1000 players, sporting some 30,000 relationships between them all. A recent new application Biomap Lite, delivers this information in a particularly simplified way, making it very accessible to mobile devices.
From 2011 to 2015, Mappingbook has developed the BioResources Map, an area-based geospatial map of sustainable plantations.
From 2012 to 2016, Mappingbook has successfully combined the network-based and geospatial approaches in a new application in the aviation biofuels sector, the Biojetmap.
From 2015 to 2016, Mappingbook has developed BIOGRAPH REPORTING, an in-house investigative mapping and reporting platform using hybrid big data analysis for verification and monitoring of data acquired in any related field.
In the context of group certification, Mappingbook has recently developed ASSET, an Audit Sample Size Evaluation Tool which reveals the differences between the widely disputed square root rule and the hypergeometric sampling plan for the determination of sample size.
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