Adding a GeoJSON

Adding New Sites is as easy as clicking on a map.

First, visit www.geojson.io. This will help you create your site point or a polygon over a pipeline or other area.

Find Your Location

Adding New Sites is as easy as clicking on a map.

First, visit www.geojson.io. This will help you create your site point or a polygon over a pipeline or other area.

Step 1: Use the Search Bar (or map navigation) to find a location. You can type in an address or part of an address to bring up the list. Click on your selection to zoom the map there.

Step 2: Click on the Marker or other map tools (line, Polygon, Square) to activate the control.

Step 3: Click on the Map to Place the marker on the map

Create Metadata

Once you have your marker placed, click on the table tab (on the right) to add meta data

First, click on new column and add “name“. This is the name for the site or marker. Plant name or similar is used in this field

Then add the columns

parent_company_name: for the owner of the site
function: for the industry or use at the site.

These names should be all lower case with the underscores in them.

Save Your GeoJSON File

You have now created a geoJSON file. This is an open geospatial format that can be imported into AirLogic.

Lets’ save the file for import. Click on Save (upper left corner) and select GeoJSON. This will save a copy of the file to your download folder.

Import Sites

Log in to AirLogic and Click on Import Site

  1. Give your File a Name
  2. Upload the file to AirLogic
  3. Decide if the site is Private (only you can see it), or Public (anyone in your company can see it) by selecting the Private button accordingly.
  4. Click on Import to start the import process

Process Sites

AirLogic will process the site and provide status. Once the site is loaded, the point will appear in My Map. It can take from 30 minutes to several hours for AirLogic to upload the data for that site.

While the point/site is black, data is still loading. Once data has started to load the point/site icon will change color to green, yellow or red depending on the measurements at that location.