These changes included implementing geo-processing services and calling these directly from the toolbar, replacing a more convoluted process of uploading and processing personal geodatabases.
LMDB is an ArcGIS-based system used in NSW to record details of proposed on-ground NRM activities. It is used by NRM organisations around NSW to review proposed projects and to support the development of agreements with landholders. It comprises a central server and an ArcGIS desktop custom toolbar, providing the LMDB tools and functions, which exports locally created projects to the central repository where they are shared with others.
"I think we need to pop the champers for this one!!" Lestyn Taylor of the NSW Northern Tablelands Local Lands Services stated. Lestyn was referring to a new release of the Land Management Database (LMDB) toolbar which we had recently released. This toolbar had exported (uploaded) his project to the cloud server in little more than one second – a process that in earlier versions of the toolbar (before Spatial Vision took over its management) may have taken 5 minutes or more.