Refractions Research provides support for enterprises developing applications based on PostGIS / PostgreSQL. Our staff have years of experience with practical issues in spatial database development and deployment:
- Large scale spatial databases (10M rows and up)
- High load spatial databases (multiple updates per second
- High reliability installations (replication and clustering)
- Multi-dimensional spatial databases (3- and 4-dimensions)
- Spatial data modeling (very large data models)
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The British Columbia Ministry of Health was charged with creating an access program to cover costs of medically necessary travel. But how much would it cost? Who was traveling for treatment? Where were they traveling to and from? Refractions analyzed 50 million records from the medical insurance database and delivered a report on travel patterns and interactive map application for exploring the data.
Biodiversity BC and its government and non-government partners were looking for regional-level environmental statistics. Refractions proposed a new approach to generating GIS summaries, using the power of a relational database and web tools to provide GIS analysis to users who previously had no access to it.
Rento is a free web service that makes it easy to find a place to rent in Greece. Powered by PostgreSQL and PostGIS, it provides ad listings with photographs displayed on a map. Searching is accomplished through map navigation and natural language processing, with the search engine being capable of answering complex (spatial) questions such as "flat near the University of Athens" or "loft up to 800 euros near a metro station" (in greek).
Open Source Company
Refractions sponsors and develops PostGIS as an open source project in collaboration with developers from around the world. Visit the PostGIS open source community site at postgis.refractions.net.