8 October 2012 • For immediate release

Press Release

Cadcorp launches web mapping demonstrator

British developer of geographic information systems (GIS) software, Cadcorp, has provided unrestricted access to a hosted demonstration version of its popular web mapping application, Web Map Layers. Prospective users in public and private sector organisations can now judge for themselves how well the application meets their particular requirements for spatial data sharing, by typing the URL of the demonstrator web site into their web browser.

Cadcorp has populated the demonstrator with a number of layers of background mapping including OS OpenData™ for the whole of England, Scotland and Wales, and OS MasterMap® data for the major conurbations. Dummy business data is also included, to allow users to try out some of the web services which can be integrated with the application: notably 'Find my nearest', 'About this location', and 'Spatial Query'.

Mike O'Neil, CEO of Cadcorp said: "We designed Web Map Layers specifically for organisations wishing to share map-based information with a large community of non-expert users. The application had to be powerful, but also easy to use and easy to administer. An on-line demonstrator pre-populated with spatial data and web services, is proving to be a useful vehicle for demonstrating the power of this intelligent web mapping application."

To access the Cadcorp Web Map Layers demonstrator click on: ws.cadcorp.com/webmaplayers/

About Cadcorp

Cadcorp is a British software development company focused on geographic information system (GIS) and web mapping software. We offer a complete suite of products - the Cadcorp Spatial Information System® (Cadcorp SIS®) - addressing all phases of spatial information management. Cadcorp SIS is available worldwide through a network of Cadcorp partners and through a direct sales team in the UK and Ireland.

Contact:
Richard Spooner, Marketing Manager, Cadcorp, +44 1438 747996
E-mail: richard.spooner@cadcorp.com

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