JUMP Unified Mapping Platform

The Unified Mapping Platform (JUMP) is a GUI-based application for viewing and processing spatial data.  It includes many common spatial and GIS functions.  It is also designed to be a highly extensible framework for developing and running custom spatial data processing applications.

 

JUMP has the following features:
  • JUMP provides an interactive Workbench for viewing, editing, and processing spatial datasets
  • JUMP provides an API giving full programmatic access to all functions, including I/O, feature-based datasets, visualization, and all spatial operations
  • JUMP is highly modular and extensible
  • JUMP supports important industry standards such as GML and the OpenGIS Consortium spatial object model
  • JUMP is written in 100% pure JavaTM
  • JUMP is open source


JUMP Workbench (click to see full size)
JUMP uses the JTS Topology Suite to provide an OGC-compliant spatial object model and the fundamental geometric operations.

News

Nov 20, 2006
JUMP 1.2 is released: Added Imagery Readers, Database Support, Spatial and Attribute Query abilities, and more! Visit the Download page to obtain the software and documentation
Nov 18, 2004
ESF JUMP Plug-in 1.0.2 released: Minor update to address some of issues noted in the original release. Visit the Plug-ins page to obtain the software and documentation
Nov 1,
2004

ESF JUMP Plug-in 1.0.1 released: Minor update to address some of issues noted in the original release. Visit the Plug-ins page to obtain the software and documentation

Sep 16,
2004

ESF JUMP Plug-in released: Upload and track submissions through the Ministry of Forests Electronic Submission Framework. Visit the Plug-ins page to obtain the software and documentation

Jan 6,
2004

JUMP 1.1.1 is released: Display units on Snap Options Panel, Trim White Space, Save Image As, Copy Image, and more! Visit the Download page to obtain the software and documentation

Nov 4,
2003

JUMP 1.1 is released: Fill patterns (stripes and textures), dash patterns, anti-aliasing, lower memory usage, and more! Visit the Download page to obtain the software and documentation

Jun 30,
2003

JUMP 1.0 released: Visit the Download page to obtain the software and documentation

Credits

The development of JUMP was sponsored by a joint project of the following organizations: Geo

Comments or questions can be sent to JUMP at Vivid Solutions, Inc.