You will find below frequently asked questions with documentation and guides that may assist you as you use Intermap's InsitePro software. If your question isn't answered or your concern isn't addressed, please complete the form at the bottom of this page and an Intermap customer support representative will be in touch with you. You can also call us toll-free at +1 877-837-7246 or at +1 303-708-0955, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Navigate to the “overlays” tab and select your choice.
Google Maps currently provides all basemaps for InsitePro. This can be changed on a custom basis.
Type the address into the “place search” field in the top left of the InsitePro map.
The current version of InsitePro does not support custom symbolization. This functionality will be available in future releases.
There is a “logout” button in the user tab.
InsitePro currently accepts csv files for portfolio creation. Future releases will allow portfolio creation from a wider range of file types, including xls and kml.
Each csv file used to create a portfolio must contain a column for:
Row 1 must contain column headers, and cell A1 must not contain “id”.
No, you can include as many columns of data as needed.
Latitude and longitude columns need to be in decimal degrees format.
Click on the “details” button on the portfolio thumbnail. Details include:
Click on the “delete” button within the portfolio thumbnail.
The addresses need to be geocoded. Intermap offers geocoding as a professional service.
Geocoding will be introduced into the InsitePro product, starting with single locations in the second release, followed by full portfolio geocoding in late 2014.
You can create as many portfolios as you would like. The InsitePro license that your organization has agreed to will determine how many locations you are able to analyze.
You can add new items to your portfolio in two different ways:
First, select the record by either clicking on it within the map window or highlighting the record within the data table, then click the “edit” icon to the immediate left of the record. A dialog appears allowing you to input a new name. All table values within the portfolio can be edited except latitude, longitude, and analysis output values.
First, select the record by either clicking on it within the map window or highlighting the record within the data table, and then click the “x” icon to the immediate left of the record.
Future versions of InsitePro will offer the ability to customize feature symbolization based on location attributes.
Click on a column header to toggle between ascending and descending order.
These are clusters of locations that cannot be individually plotted on the map at the current scale. Clicking on the circle, zooms in to the location cluster.
Yes, you can add models to InsitePro. If you have your own models, Intermap can add them to the “overlays” tab as a professional service.
You can subscribe to a model through the model store (coming in mid 2014) which will make a wide selection of models available by geography and peril types.
No, InsitePro is not for building models.
The colors for RTP zones are pre-defined in the current release.
Future releases of InsitePro will enable the uploading of GIS data into InsitePro.
Depending on the basemap that you choose to overlay the flood models over, there may be inaccuracies visible. All of the data overlays provided by Intermap, such as the WorldFlood™ RTP and Wildfire™, are created using the most accurate elevation and reference data available; often more accurate than freely available imagery and basemap data. In addition, several governments have modified their imagery and street network data made available publicly within Google and Microsoft mapping programs for security reasons.
Please contact Ivan Maddox, the product manager for InsitePro, at email@example.com.
Within the “overlays” tab, click the grid icon under “portfolio”, or from within the table, click the “x” within the upper right of the table. Clicking either of these buttons also reactivates the table view.
Within the “overlays” tab, uncheck the portfolio name under “portfolio”. Rechecking this box reactivates the locations in the map.
The analysis tab allows you to analyze the currently selected portfolio against any of the available overlays. Analysis correlates each location with an overlay to determine the output specific to each model. For example, analysis against WorldFlood outputs the flood risk for each location based on the model.
The output glossary can be found in reports, within the portfolio legend.
After clicking the analysis tab, click the show report link to go to the report page for a completed analysis.
An underwriting module is planned for release in the second half of 2014.
A 3d measuring tool is planned for release in late 2014. The tool will measure horizontal distance and elevation difference.
The portfolio legend explains all the output in the currently selected portfolio.
A csv file of the currently selected portfolio is exported to your desktop.
Currently, there is no control over the columns output in the csv file; future versions of InsitePro will support this functionality.
The initial version of InsitePro only exports csv files; future versions will support this functionality.
Currently, the initial version of InsitePro does not support this functionality; future versions will allow maps to be exported as a file or image.
Yes, via the “print screen” function; future versions of InsitePro will support additional printing options for the map.
This is the total number of locations uploaded into InsitePro. There is an annual limit associated with the specific tier purchased by your organization.
The “users” tab allows account administrators to add or remove users from an organization. There is no administrative control on this function because organizations are allowed to have as many users as they want.
From the user tab, click users, and then, at the end of the list, click “+new user”. Complete the information for the new user via the create user wizard.
This logs the current user out of InsitePro.