SenecaWebGIS

GIS Mapping Functionality without Special Software or Experience

SenecaWebGIS is the ideal solution for smaller operations that cannot afford costly software and training, or large companies that cannot have their GIS technicians tied down with mapping requests. Generating maps for abstractors and research personnel has never been easier. The service is a GIS map that operates in a web browser and comes pre-loaded with Seneca Technologies data. Have Oil and Gas information, property assessment data, and surface boundaries at your fingertips with just a computer and internet connection.

Accurate, Up to Date Information

Seneca Technologies maintains searchable databases of West Virginia wells and tax data in our SenecaInfo and Seneca Courthouse services. We have taken that same up to date, accurate information and created layers that can be worked with in an interactive map experience commonly referred to as a Geographic Information System. SenecaWebGIS has the familiar well and assessment data of our other services. The information window links to the SenecaInfo database of plats, completion reports, and other well information from the 1920’s forward. It also links to parcel data, available well logs, and well production information with graphs.

Easy and Convenient to Use

The most common tools and functionality of costly GIS software are part of our simple interface. A convenient help menu offers further explanations of tools. Collapsible panels show or hide legend and layer information. Simply click and drag to pan the map or use buttons to navigate, zoom, or go back to a previous view. The GIS map includes an info button to quickly get information from wells and parcels on the map and search tools for finding and selecting features. Research time is greatly reduced because Land and geological information links directly from the map. The CAD toolbar allows users to draw on the map, edit their drawings, and add custom labels. Create and print your own maps for presentations, leasing, and research.

SenecaWebGIS

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