This site is a component of the Oxford-University of Mississippi Intelligent Transportation Project (OUMITS). The information provided on this site is currently for demonstration purposes only and intended to help gauge the usefulness of an Internet based GIS data delivery system. The site is currently under construction and may undergo changes as needed with little or no warning.
The Data provided on the site is currently available only in the provided formats - additional formats may be provided at a later date.
Data validity and legal disclaimer: The OUMITS project, the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, and any employees, agents or personnel, make no warranty or claim of accuracy for use of this site for any particular purpose, expressed or implied. Users of this information accept the information AS IS, with any known or unknown errors and faults and assume all responsibility for use. Users also agree to hold the OUMITS project, the City of Oxford, Lafayette County, and any employees, agents or personnel, harmless from and against any damage, loss or liability arising from any use of the information.
System Requirements: The browser technology used for this site has been designed for use with Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.5 and above. Netscape 6.02 is also supported. Future versions may require the installation of Java but the current configuration is HTML based.
The site is best viewed using high screen resolution (greater than 800x600) and 32bit color settings. Additionally, it is recommended that a broad band internet service (cable or DSL) be used to view the site.
About the site: The site utilizes ESRI's ArcIMS Software - a web based internet map service which allows the viewing and manipulation of GIS data sets without the installation of GIS software on client (user's) computers. In the current configuration, once accessed, the site transfers an "applet" to the user's browser which enables the browser to interact with the GIS data. The user may then use the available tools to perform various actions such as zooming in/out, panning, turning layers on and off, and even printing. The data viewed in the map portion of the browser is a JPG rendering of the GIS data processed and then sent to the user's browser through the internet. Each action taken by the user which results in changes to the map display causes a "new" image to be generated and sent to the user.
USING THE SITE:
Click here to continue and open the ArcIMS page.