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MapGuide Open Source

GEOMAP implements the most recent concepts recognized by the geographic information systems (GIS) by adopting applicative technologies of the highest standards such as Open Source.

MapGuide Open Source geospatial software is the next generation of web mapping technology. MapGuide Open Source offers a powerful platform for distributing map information quickly, easily, and cost-effectively. It improves productivity, as well as communication among internal teams, employees in the field, and customers.

Core features include:
  • Web-based access to geospatial and design data—across your organization and beyond.
  • Attractive, intuitive, interactive maps.
  • Simple installation and deployment.
  • Easy tools for authoring maps and creating web-based mapping applications.
  • Connectivity and integration with enterprise data.
  • Powerful API and development option.
  • Faster innovation and low cost of ownership, thanks to collaborative software development based on the MapGuide Open Source project.





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GEOMAP GIS AMERICA ADVANCES TO GOLD LEVEL



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ARMA Canada 2019



Geomap GIS America is pleased to announce its first participation in the ARMA Canada Conference from June 3 to 5, 2019!
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