GISConnect is an extension of GVMapper that operates on a web platform on the server side GVServer. Its objective is to expand the GVMapper database in order to convert its data according to the Open Gespatial Consortum (OGC) standard. This ensures the interoperability of the GVMapper data with any system that complies with the OGC standard.
Using GISConnect, you can connect the GVMapper database directly to ArcGIS, either through ArcSDE or any of its modules, ArcCatalog, ArcMap, ArcScene or ArcGlobe. Through this connection ArcGIS becomes a GVMapper data viewer which can interact with any of the data already present in ArcGIS. The connection is in real time so the changes made by the workgroups in GVMapper are reflected instantaneously in the ArcGIS connected through GISConnect.
As a consultant geologist (2005 to present), I have used the GVMapper software in more than 200 consulting jobs in Chile (117), Argentina (25), Peru (33), Ecuador (1), Colombia (22), Dominican Republic (2), Mexico (1) and Australia (1), for more than 35 mining companies. The works carried out have been geological maps of gold PCD and HS type deposits, geological transects between 30 and 250 km, regional geology maps at 1: 25K and 1: 50K scale, geological exploration maps and geological model of deposits (plants and sections). Specifically, the logic used behind this software is aligned with the workflow and thought diagram of a geologist, in the circuit of data capture and geological interpretation in areas of regional geology, exploration, mine and mapping of drill holes.