Voyager 1.9.8

Voyager Features

Voyager is an enterprise search engine that you can install inside of your organization, put your documents in it through our indexing process and deliver the same search you’ve come to expect from consumer sites like Amazon to your staff or customers.


Complete, customizable user interface

Full-text search

Geospatial Search

Voyager is the only enterprise search solution that comes with a robust yet configurable user interface, Navigo.

Lucene delivers keyword and wildcard searches across all of the text in your documents.

Voyager specializes in spatial search and understanding, offering advanced map-based or place name search tools.


No developer required


Federated Search

Configure not only what you index and how it is indexed, but how the application looks and who sees what without writing a single line of code.

Solr gives Voyager auto-complete in case you can’t remember exactly how to spell Cincinanti — or is it Cincinnati?

Multiple Voyager indices can be linked together to offer search across everything, even if the documents reside on the other side of the world.


Super fast search

Install on-premise or in the cloud

Harmonize the presentation

Voyager is scalable and with Solr at it’s core, can be trusted to deliver super fast search results.

Voyager can be installed in the cloud or on-premise.

With Voyager, we’ll start with indexing everything, but with our indexing pipeline tools you can normalize and harmonize how you present that information to your users.


Index content in the cloud or locally



Voyager can index content in S3 or on a file system, database, content management system and more.

Voyager is built on open standards that allow developers to get a leg up using our out-of-the-box tools while retaining the ability to roll their own app.

Voyager integrates with LDAP and Window authentication and has robust role-based security.

Federated Search:
Voyager offers single point of search

Once Voyager has crawled your content, all of the disparate content repositories can be searched simultaneously. Voyager’s federated search allows you to link together disparate indexes of content from the office down the hall or around the world. The searching and discovery can start as soon as your index is complete.

  • Link multiple instances of Voyager together for search across everything.
  • Retain relevancy settings.
  • Search across content repositories without costly data migration.
  • No need to duplicate content to allow users in different places to find it.
  • Federated Search is an extension to the Voyager Basic license but a part of the Pro License. 

Community Extension:
Empowering Users and Subject-Matter Experts

Navigo offers tools for tagging content, promoting content and even editing the presentation of content in the user interface. The Community Extension was developed to empower non-admin users who know the content best to make the best content most accessible.

  • Data stewards can easily - and quickly - select items to feature on the Navigo homepage so that users don’t miss the latest updates.
  • Subject Matter Experts can create saved searches that are relevant to their community and make the searches available on the homepage as a collection.
  • Trusted users can add or update “editable” fields in the index without impacting the actual metadata.
  • Editors can mark content as a “feature of the day” or as “highlights,” automatically boosting results to the forefront of any search queries they match.
  • Users can tag content, then easily find that data again by exposing those tags as one of their search filters.
  • The Community Extension is included in a Voyager Pro License, but is an extension to the Voyager Basic licenses.

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Geotagging Extension:
Adding spatial context to non-spatial documents

Voyager can geo-tag non-spatial documents so that they can be linked to spatial documents or simply be available in a location-based search. Documents can be geo-tagged by Voyager in a variety of ways.

  • Match a set of unique IDs to text found in documents. Link parcels to documents describing transactions that have occurred on the parcels.
  • Use a gazetteer to match those locations with words found in text. Once these entities are identified they are then compared with locations in the gazetteer in order to geo-tag the document.
  • Use your own content to tag documents in the index. For example, if all of the data associated to a particular construction site is stored in a folder, then Voyager could tag all data in the folder as having the extent of the construction site.
  • Geotagging is included with Voyager Pro or Basic licenses.

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Voyager’s Processing Framework Can Streamline Data Management and Content Delivery

Voyager’s processing tools allow trusted users — only those with permission to do so — to take action on the content. Voyager is delivered with more than a dozen geoprocessing tools that can help manage, deliver and transform content. And, since Voyager’s processing framework is implemented entirely with the Python programming language, there are limitless possibilities to extend these tools to meet your specific needs.

Streamline data management

Voyager’s Geoprocessing tools can help data managers clean up their content before they share it. Voyager’s processing tools give data managers the ability to:

  • Remove duplicates: Voyager locates duplicate data across your systems. Data managers can use the processing tools to remove duplicates from the index or delete duplicate records from the storage device to reduce costs.
  • Fix Broken Links: Voyager also identifies map documents with broken datasource links and allows data managers to re-map the correct links through a batch processing tool.
  • Update Metadata: Voyager can be used to update incomplete or inaccurate metadata records.

End-user delivery and transformation tools

Voyager’s geoprocessing tools can also be used to deliver content to users or customers. Some organizations have even used Voyager as a self-service data portal. Customers are able to clip content to a specific area and transform content from one type into another. Voyager’s robust enterprise security gives data stewards the peace of mind that only the content that they want to share will be accessible.

  • Clip Data: Clips selected search results using the clip geometry and can convert it into another format before zipping it up for download.
  • Convert to KML: Converts feature or raster data into Keyhole Markup Language for use in ArcGIS Explorer, ArcGlobe, and Google Earth.
  • Create a Map or Layer Package: Compresses selected data for a whole map into a single map or layer package that makes it easy to share.
  • Create a GeoPDF: A GeoPDF is a geospatial extension to a PDF that is used to present GIS and mapping data in a format that almost anyone can open.
  • Export Results List: Exports search results and their attributes as a CSV file, XML file or Esri Shapefile.
  • Security: Integrates with LDAP and Window authentication and has robust role-based security
  • Zip Files: Compresses input files into a single zip file.
  • Add to a Geodatabase: Adds selected search results to an existing geodatabase.
  • Publish to Portal for ArcGIS: Converts static desktop maps into published Map Services on ArcGIS Portal.
  • Publish to ArcGIS Server: Converts .mxd, .mpk., .lpk, .lyr, feature classes and raster data sets into published Map Services.
  • Mosaic: Knits together selected raster data sets into a new raster that can be downloaded.
  • Build Raster Pyramids: Builds pyramids for raster and mosaic data sets to improve the display when you are not working with the full resolution.
  • Mosaic to Workspace: Mosaics input rasters to a new data set in an existing workspace.
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