Map Legend
Meath outline

Meath townlands

Meath Field Names
Menu Button
Loading Data...
Search for your route or use CTRL key and select location on map.
Sketch Tools
Draw new sketch features
Sketch Buffer Features
Create buffers around your sketched features
Sketch Storage
Save your sketches and annotations for later
Add text annotations to map features

Network Analysis

Check Speed Limits
Speed limit information is derived from Openstreetmap and supplied under the odbl licence. No warranties on the accuracy of the information are given.
Join Layers
Columns must be the same type
Add Layers
Layer access:
Layer view:
Scaled Options:

Min Zoom:
Max Zoom:
Some layers have already been added to the map, all layer display names must be unique.

Street View

Select a road location on the map to view Google Street View.
View/ edit feature information.

Something of interest to report?
Click to Attach
or drag & drop
Select a feature to view/edit feature information.

Share your Map
Maps must be marked public in the map definition before they can be shared outside the application.
Manage/Upload Images
Attribute Search
  1. Spatial Analysis

    Please take a minute to take the tour

  2. Select Layer

    Choose which layer you want to perform the analysis on

  3. Spatial Function

    Select a function to run

    The choices are intersects, buffer select, overlaps, within, contains and touches.

    So for example if you choose intersects, the analysis would return all features that intersect the Geometry Source on the chosen layer

    Click the help icon for details on what exactly each of these functions do

  4. Update Radius

    Select the units of measurement and enter a size for your radius (only active if you chose Buffer Select under Spatial Function)

  5. Geometry Source

    Select the area to run the analysis against

    The choices are the currently selected feature, an area on the map of your choosing or a second map layer

  6. Area Type

    Select box or circular area (only active if you chose Area under Geometry Source

    Then drag your area onto the map

    Click redraw if you make a mistake

  7. Secondary Layer

    Select a secondary layer (only active if you chose Layer under Geometry Source)

  8. Generate Script

    A script must be generated before you can run the analysis

    For some Spatial Functions this happens automatically

    If it doesn't appear click here

  9. Execute Filter

    Click here to run the analysis and display features that fall within your selected Spatial Function

  10. Reset

    Click here at any time to restart the process


Zoom to a location

What 3 words Locator

  1. Welcome to the Map Definition Screen

    Please take a minute to take the tour

  2. Map Name

    The name given to a map so it can be found and recognised easily

  3. Map Description

    An optional description to include more information about the map

  4. Map Display Projection

    A locational projection can be entered if there's a specific area you'll be working on

    The default is world wide so just use it if you're not sure

  5. Publicise Map

    If this is checked, anyone with the link will be able to view your map

  6. Map Tool Configuration

    This is where you can choose what tools are active for people viewing your map

  7. Save

    Click the Save button to save your map

    The View Map button will appear so you can see it in action

    The Add Layer and Create New Layer buttons will also activate

    You can use these to add layers to and in turn display information on your map

    Creating a layer has its own tour so don't worry if this is all new to you

  8. Check out the help for more information

    We also have lots of help tutorials available on our youtube channel

Edit Map Configuration

Map Details:

Map Display Projection:
EPSG:3857 (WGS84 web mercator (auxiliary sphere))
Public Map:
Static Map:
Map ID:

Map Layers:

Map Toolbar Configuration:

Map Tools Configuration
Feature Selection Mode

Layer Attribution:

Style your layers,
your way
Edit the map
Edit the current
layer definition
Select features by
clicking or dragging
over them
Click a feature
to select it
Click to place a
polygon and select
features within it
Drag over features
to select them
Edit your
attribute data
View your
attribute data
Add a new point
feature to the map
Add a new line
feature to the map
Draw a line
while snapping to
existing features
Draw a polygon
while snapping to
existing features
Add a new polygon
feature to the Map
Click points to
generate a polygon
Place a polygon
that won't overlap
existing ones
Drag to place a
circular polygon
Drag to place a
square polygon
Drag to place a
rectangular polygon
Drag to place an
elliptic polygon
Click to draw lines
that will split
the selected polygon
Merge all selected,
polygons into one
Click to remove a
segment from the middle
of the selected polygon
Amend vertices of
a polygon or line
Select to start
Drag to move
Select again to save
Select to start
Drag to rotate
Select again to save
Select to start
Drag to resize
Select again to save
Copy all selected
Paste all copied
Delete all selected
Click to place temporary
shapes and annotations
Click to place line segments
Total length is displayed
Click to place points
Area of inner polygon
is displayed
Return to last
selected feature
Zoom to max extent
of your data
Zoom to a location
using lat/lon or
Zoom to your location
derived by IP
Toggle between
auto refresh and
edit mode
Analyse your data
in multiple ways
Perform basic or
advanced searches
based on attributes
Perform searches
based on locations
Perform quick searches
based on attribute data
Spatially join layers
Use the specialised
polygon edit tools
Click on a location
to see how it
looks from ground level
Drag the line
over top layer
to show/hide it
Hold ctrl and
click on locations
to get directions
Route planning
and drive time
polygon generation
Generate drive
time polygons
Generate walk
time polygons
Check road
speed limits
Attach images
to a feature
Generate a Proximity Search
of a circular buffer area
Generate a layer intersect
Report for selected polygon
Generate a Proximity Search
of a custom polygon area
Open/close the legend
Open/close the browse
features panel
Open/close the digitise
data panel
View the links
for publishing
the map
Get what3words for
a chosen location
Save changes
Place point feature at
current location
Your map has no layers. The map can still be used for read only actions (search, streetview, measure etc, but without a layer no data can be added)
Access Layer settings on the layer tree-view to add data
Create/ Import
Add Existing
A short how to video is available below: