AAirport Visualizer provides an innovative, map-oriented way to explore 51345 airports all over the world on 30+ base maps. It connects to all associated information like flights, weather, wikipedia, runways, NAVAIDs, frequencies, etc.
The unique feature is: it can answer intelligent questions like following for any continent, country, and region in the world:
It also shows where are those airports in the answers immediately - just few mouse clicks.Launch Airport Visualizer More Info
GGIS Visualizer provides an easy way to visualize geographic vector data on the 30+ base maps. Supported formats: GeoJSON, GPX, IGC, KML, TopoJSON, WKT, etc.
Especially, it supports POINTS format: simply a set of points, no any data structure required at all! A variety of data input methods are supported:
TTFR Visualizer answers the question: "Where are TFRs?" by visualizing all the current TFRs on maps, connecting them with associated information together (Geometries, NOTAM, Shapefiles, XML, etc.), and providing a variety of search tools.
A TFR (Temporary Flight Restriction) is a geographically-limited, short-term, airspace restriction, typically in the United States.
DDB Cruiser is a leading web-based database tool with reporting and bulk data loading functionality.
It provides simple, but, very secure access to all SQL databases, through any of the major Web browsers, in order to execute SQL; to view and manipulate data, including CLOB/TEXT and BLOB/Binary; to generate reports; and, to load bulk data into tables.
The unique query-oriented approach allows you to build SQL queries at almost any place. Specially, you can start build a query visually as soon as you view the table column definitions - no SQL to write [screen]. Furthermore, for each result set, you can view the SQL which produced the result, then modify and re-execute it right at the spot!Launch DB Cruiser More Info
WWeb Services Cruiser is a leading web-based testing and monitoring tool for web services and HTTP methods. It is the swiss army knife of testing and monitoring. There are many ways to use it. Here are some typical usages: