Stream data from a variety of sources, including state/local data, CAMA/permitting tools, and federal sources like US Census and FEMA. Consume and combine data from the GIS software platforms and database systems that you are currently using. The example on the right shows drone imagery with a zoning overlay.
With MapGeo, your data can be shown layered on a variety of Google base maps or custom base maps of your choosing. MapGeo includes: Google Maps, Street Views, Terrain Views, and imagery. MapGeo has further customized the Street View experience for direct access to property information. AppGeo is a Google Cloud Premier Partner.
Use your existing subscription to EagleView imagery to deliver oblique images directly into your instance of MapGeo.EagleView Integration Home
Import data from ArcGIS Online, and access ArcGIS and Arc Server APIs and web map services. You can maintain your data using the Esri platform and empower your workforce, residents, and local businesses using MapGeo.
The MapGeo Console is where users are able to configure their MapGeo Viewer, including a variety of elements on their MapGeo site, such as the Preview Panel, search attributes, themes, basemaps, links and the branding of their site. Console users also are able to refresh existing data on their MapGeo site as frequently as they would like.
MapGeo utilizes WMS and WMTS services. MapGeo’s REST API allows for data that is frequently updated to be pulled and displayed. MapGeo also supports most CAMA and permitting tools (including Vision and Accela).
It’s never been easier to layer and visualize data from all or any sources. MapGeo supports all of these vector files: .shp, .kmz, .gdb, .mdb, .lyr, .osm, .e00. CAD files like .dgb and .dxf are also supported. MapGeo also supports open source technologies like GeoServer, Leaflet, Ember.js, PostgreSQL, and Node.js.