WTH is a technology company that provides innovative products and services for public and private organizations. The company combines the practical functionality of its engineering roots with the high paced energy and imagination of a software development company.
The company is active in software design and has developed a complete line of GIS software products and related software applications for engineering, agriculture, and public safety. The traditional GIS market is changing. Geospatial products and services are becoming a part of people's jobs and lives rather than being a specialty. This has created the need for a new generation of software products that are easy to use, cost effective, and yet still provide quality information to the user, the expert, and the general public.
Product Name: BRIMS™
BRIMS™ (BRidge Inventory Management System), digitally displays all information collected during the bridge inspection process. The traditional bridge book is now available at your fingertips.
Think GIS™ is the one of the world's most accessible GIS software solutions. Developed by WTH, this innovative technology provides revolutionary capabilities, including pin-point mapping, synchronized data sharing, and instant software updates together with industry-leading customer support.
Product Name: UDX™
UDX™ (Universal Data Exchange) is WTH's patent-pending industry leading data sharing product. UDX™ software's event driven architecture is unsurpassed for the continuous updating and sharing of disparate GIS information with remote users. UDX™ is able to automatically distribute GIS information to and from formats and projections of various users making it ideal for incorporating differing GIS software platforms into an enterprise level solution. UDX™ is written in Microsoft .NET™ for easy software integration.
WebGIS (GIS displayed on an Internet web site) has become a primary means of making GIS accessible to the general public. WTH has developed a web hosting program that is based on non-proprietary Open Source software. By supporting an Open Source solution, the costs of WebGIS are substantially reduced (no licensing fees), and WebGIS becomes possible for most organizations.
The Internet has become the primary means of making information accessible at home or work at any time of day. WebGIS adds GIS maps and related information to this ever growing communications network.