:: the map interface ::

defining feature is the integration of a visual geographical

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map interface.

with an inexhaustive range of data.

The user interacts with the map

""The position of an 'entity' is plotted on the map (using GPS, manual positioning or co-ordinate information), with latitude, longitude and altitude displayed within the map window - captured and stored in the database within the records for that marker, including time/date stamps.""

and assigns the relevant information to a location marker.

The human brain is very different from a computer. Where a computer works in linear fashion, the brain works using association - comparing, integrating, synthesising, as it goes.

Association plays a dominant role in nearly every mental function. The real challenge

is being able to make sense of, and efficiently summarise the persistent flow of information we receive.