RAMM GIS is the RAMM Geographic Information System. You use RAMM GIS to visualise, question, analyse, interpret and understand your RAMM data. Relationships, patterns and trends are revealed. You can also capture external data sets for viewing on the RAMM GIS map.

An Introduction to RAMM GIS Using RAMM GIS Adding RAMM Table Layers
If you want an overview of the features of RAMM GIS, this video is for you.
An Introduction to RAMM GIS (6:59)
Check out the many ways you will use RAMM GIS.
Using RAMM GIS (7:39)
You personalise RAMM GIS by configuring your own RAMM table layers.
Adding RAMM Table Layers (5:40)
Adding Web Service Layers Heat Map Layers Displaying and Differentiating Your Layer Data
You will want to create your own Web Service Layers once you have seen them.
Adding Web Service Layers (3:47)
Heat Map Layers display your data on the map with surprising clarity and flexibility of display.
Heat Map Layers (7:22)
You differentiate the display of your RAMM data for aesthetic and analysis reasons.
Display and Differentiate Your Layer Data (8:17)
Filtering Layer Data Sharing RAMM GIS Layers Fifteen Handy RAMM GIS Hints
The options for filtering RAMM table Layer data are both subtle and powerful.
Filtering Layer Data (8:32)
If you create really useful Layer you can share it with your fellow workers.
Sharing RAMM GIS Layers (5:24)
Watch this video to pick up a few tips you might have missed.
Fifteen Handy RAMM GIS Hints (9:31)
Footpaths Well-known Text (WKT) Files Import Map Shapes
You can now represent your Footpaths on the map in RAMM GIS. You can edit their details in RAMM Details and you can add them in both.
Footpaths (9:14)
If you wish to import shape files representing your assets, the shape files need to be in the Well-known Text (WKT) file format. Here is how to convert shape files into the WKT file format.
Well-known Text (WKT) Files (3:09)
If you have shape files which have been converted to the Well-known Text file format you can import them into RAMM and then view the shapes on the map.
Import Map Shapes (4:36)
Adding UDT Assets In RAMM GIS Analyse Routes in RAMM GIS Using LINZ Map Imagery
You add linked assets in RAMM Detail and then their shape files in RAMM GIS. Or add UDT asset shape files first and then complete the asset details and linking.
Adding UDT Assets In RAMM GIS (5:07)
You can create Layers in RAMM GIS to analyse your Routes. This is particularly useful for viewing existing Routes. Route Sub Types are clearly delineated in RAMM GIS.
Analyse Routes in RAMM GIS (5:07)
You can create Layers in RAMM GIS using web services supplied by LINZ. The links and code strings you will need are available here.
Using LINZ Map Imagery (4:28)