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Advanced Spatial Data Management for Enterprise Applications

Monday, November 7th 2011
by Oracle
Read More About: data management, database, oracle

Oracle Spatial 11g, an option for Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition, provides advanced spatial capabilities to support geospatial applications, location-based services, and enterprise spatial information systems. Oracle Spatial extends the core location features included in every Oracle database with Oracle Locator.1 Its advanced data manipulation and spatial analysis features include buffer generation, spatial aggregates, area and length calculations, and linear referencing. It also includes a GeoRaster datatype to store and manage image and gridded raster data and metadata, network and topology data models, geocoding and routing engines, APIs for quick and easy deployment of mapping, geocoding, and routing services, and spatial analysis and mining functions. These significant capabilities address business-critical requirements of the public sector, defense, logistics, energy exploration, business geographics, and life sciences domains.

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