Back in July, Yaron gave an overview of WebCat – a unique TfL tool designed primarily for developers and town planners, giving them information on transport connectivity when deciding what to build where.
We also knew that WebCAT could be a great tool for Londoners to compare between places to live or work, or even just to play with those beautifully coloured maps that tell them new things about places they know.
This week, at the Association for Geogrpahical Information (AGI), we were delighted that WebCat was named as a winner in the AGI Awards for Geospatial Excellence 2015. WebCat won The AGI Award for Excellence in Research & Development.
As AGI describe it; ‘This award acknowledges those projects that have advanced best practice, technology or tools to the benefit of the geospatial industry.’