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Haiti

The situation in Haiti is an example where synchronization of POIs is a good option:

  • As soon as a surveyor reaches an internet-enabled spot, new POIs are added to the database and WMS clients (for example in a coordination office) can see the changes instantly.
  • As new POIs from surveyors A, B, and C get into D’s handheld, D knows which areas need more attention and needs not update large amounts of raster data, since each point feature needs only a few bytes to be transmitted.

This is what the surveyor does:

This is what the WMS client shows:

Server:
http://hypercube.telascience.org/cgi-bin/mapserv?map=/geo/haiti/mapfiles/4326.map

I think this layer is correctly georeferenced:
noaa-01-18-4326

I was surprised to see this awful offset between two layers from that WMS server, though:

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