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Cadcorp E-news January 2015

Posted on January 30th 2015

  • Cambridgeshire Fire selects Cadcorp
  • EDINA launches Digimap for Colleges
  • Mexican Water Commission upgrades Cadcorp installation
  • Cadcorp SIS 8 in Japan

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue selects Cadcorp for its corporate GIS

Posted on January 30th 2015

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority has contracted with Computer Aided Development Corporation Ltd (Cadcorp) for the supply of a corporate geographic information system. Press Release, Stevenage, UK, 30 January 2015

Emergency Services | UK

Cadcorp SIS 8 in Japan

Posted on January 29th 2015

The Japanese version of SIS 8 will be released by Cadcorp's distributor, Informatix Inc., on 31st January 2015.

Emergency Services | Japan

EDINA launches Digimap for Colleges

Posted on January 27th 2015

Cadcorp customer, EDINA, has released Digimap for Colleges. It is a secure, free and easy-to-use online mapping service for students and staff of further education (FE) colleges in Great Britain.

Government | UK

Mexican Water Commission upgrades its Cadcorp installation

Posted on January 27th 2015

Cadcorp’s Mexican business partner, Argeomática S.A. de C.V. has been selected by the Comisión Nacional de Agua (CONAGUA) to supply a significant upgrade to their existing Cadcorp installation.

Mapping the future of housing

Posted on January 8th 2015

Using geographic information systems and web mapping to enhance customer service in social housing: a free-to-attend conference for housing management professionals, Manchester 3 February 2015, London 5 February 2015

Land & Property | UK

Cadcorp is recruiting

Posted on January 7th 2015

We are looking for a GIS Sales Executive for the UK local government market.

Cadcorp announces a major upgrade of its flagship web mapping product

Posted on December 18th 2014

Web Map Layers, which is widely-used for sharing geographic information with the public, has been completely redesigned. Press Release, Stevenage, 18 Dec 2014