Complete solution for local e-administration




WebGis application for local administrations:

  • Open oracle DataBase technology for unlimited expansion with data and number of users
  • WebGIS solution based on industrial MapXtreme technology
  • Complete service: adjustment to user, training and data preparation

Gauss Web City

WebCity is a modular Intranet/Internet solution intended for local administrations. It basic advantage is in ability to integrate different operating processes realized in services or departments of local administration. Each module in WebCity system represents individual operating process which encompasses a set of activities necessary to implement services to citizens or other users (services). A set of selected modules represents an integral Intranet/Internet system, either for citizens servicing or for a comprehensive local administration spatial resources management. It is designed in a way that the users can select modules according to their specific requirements, which guarantees and optimum solution in price and functionality.

System structure

All data are kept at one place, in order to facilitate the access during usage and maintenance. For this purpose , a server for all data storage is used:

  • spatial data
  • thematic data
  • documents and
  • requests.

All users have access to the server according to access rights defined in advance. In order to enable full WebGIS functionality, the following software components have been integrated into the system:

  • document status monitoring program
  • geographical information systems
  • database with the component for spatial data management
  • application for data preview on the Internet
  • functional modules with the procedures and services for specific administration services

Gauss WebCity 3 is supported with Oracle Database 11g R2, Oracle Weblogic 11g R1, Oracle Linux 5.5. or 6, Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

For more information, contact us at: ab.ssuagnull@selas  ab.ssuagnull@troppus