JetStream is a web data serving solution based on a variety of Open Data Access Protocols. With JetStream’s implementation, a client uses a standard web-browser to search for datasets.
On the fly bitmap representations of the underlying geophysical data are presented via the web, so you can preview your selections until you’re happy with your choice. You can then request actual data and preserve its precision.
JetStream solutions provide fast, secure, web delivery of all spatial vector and raster (grid) datasets, relational databases, and maps or reports. Operations such as gridding and re-projection can be performed on-the-fly.
JetStream stores your data in a centralised location. Its semi-automated catalogue maintenance scheme harvests spatial information from any new data set and updates your catalogue accordingly, saving you time and money. Coupled with Intrepid tools, JetStream also perform simple tasks on-the-fly such as re-projection, sub-sampling and gridding.
JetStream deploys a standard web-browser or intranet to search for datasets in a given area. A user (subject to password-protected levels of access) may choose subsets of data as required. JetStream then extracts the data and zips it for further compression and download.Read More
On the fly bitmap representations of the underlying geophysical data are presented via the web, so you can preview your selections until you’re happy with your choice. You can then request actual data using JetStream and preserve its precision.
Both GeoModeller and Intrepid offer a full integration with JetStream to further enable expert users and build the gap between data management and data processing.
JetStream benefits from Intrepid Geophysics’s 35 years of experience in the geoscientific software and consulting industry.
Along with geophysical survey data, you can archive reports, drillhole data, geology observations, surface geochemistry and assay data – any data which is geolocated.
The application is fully compatible with all industry formats for geological, geophysical and GIS data, regardless of their projection or era.