Why waste your time experiencing long queues to pay your real property tax obligations? When a mobile app can do the job for you. Yes, you heard it right! One of the products of MapX is the mobile application that will allow you to pay your real property tax obligations at the comfort of your home.
Let us not stick to what we are used to, and let us embrace the changes into newer and better. Do you want to know more about this feature? Just check the video below.
Artificial Intelligence or AI has been a buzzword for quite some time, and who would not be amazed by the things it can do. What about an AI that captures technical descriptions on a map and reflects the survey plan digitally? You haven’t heard of it, have you? Well, guess what, MapX made it for you—introducing Circinus!
The alpha version software has three modules; the My Workspace, Survey Plan Manipulation, and Extraction of Technical Data.
a. My Workspace Circinus automatically creates a workspace for convenience on file management and smooth data extraction. It will also provide the user with a workspace ID as its workspace name and saves the data on that workspace located in the Circinus system directory.
b. Survey Plan Manipulation Circinus needs the technical description table from the survey plan to perform data extraction. Therefore, the user needs to select the table using the module’s imaging tools.
c. Extraction of Technical Data Circinus uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to capture details and descriptions on a given map. The application needs a local computing resource to achieve the desired digitized output. For instance, GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) is crucial to perform Circinus’s AI Data Capture Technology. So, the higher the GPU, the faster for it to process and display the data.
Furthermore, this module serves as the data extraction feature for the selected table. In addition to GPU, the number of rows present in the image also affects the processing time of data extraction.
For a map to become more accurate, all elements on a location should be on the map. For instance, bridges, roads, canals, and water bodies fall under miscellaneous maps. MapX gives importance to these tiny details to make it easier for our users to create accurate maps. Thus, simplifying miscellaneous maps to bring out the best visual you can have.
After sectioning, an index map consolidates all the sections on a barangay. It is also possible to create an index map for a city/municipality. Well, this could be time-consuming if done manually. Good thing, we now have companies that are offering services to make these maps in a snap of a finger. MapX specializes in tax mapping services. It has interactive tools for tweaking maps on the fly and make them available for printing right away.
Below gives you an idea as to how index maps are done in MapX.
From the mapped lots(parcel), you need to consolidate all those maps to make section maps. Section map gives a clear picture of all the parcels on a particular location, making it easier to point out the metes and bounds of the specific area. Traditionally, you will undergo the same process as plotting a lot. Yet there is now available technology in the market that enables a tax mapper to create these maps out of all the parcels that have been recorded. MapX allows users to label neighboring locations and create sections from recorded parcels automatically. The good thing is, it is also readily available for print.
Manual plotting of lots is one of the most tedious tasks in tax mapping. With all the details on it, no wonder it is a cumbersome job. But, what if there is a platform that will enable you to input the map details and automatically reflect it digitally? No more rulers, straight lines, and intricate writings of details. Just tap, click and print.
See how MapX makes lots much easier, and reflect it digitally in this video below.