Custom Online Mapping Tool to help detect unexploded WWII Bombs
Zetica is the UK’s most trusted Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) specialist and holds a vast database of records, of potential UXO hazards, including Unexploded Bombs (UXBs) from World War Two (WWII). Zetica previously had produced a series of UXB risk maps as static images, and were seeking an improved online mapping tool or application to give prospective developers the ability to browse and download site-specific maps on the relative level of risk provided by WWII bombing.
The new mapping application integrates seamlessly as an <iframe> into Zetica’s web page. This allows users to pan and zoom around the map and search by City, Town and Postcode. A Legend references the map features and Bomb Density Risk bands. The download form captures prospect details before delivering a PDF map via email.
The online mapping tool on Zetica’s website was well received and we received positive feedback from Managing Director, Mike Sainsbury: “Just a quick note to say thank you, all is working well and clients seem to appreciate the new format.”