Red Geographics becomes RouteBuddy affiliate
Effective immediately, Red Geographics is an affiliate of RouteBuddy Ltd, a UK-based provider of GPS and mapping software for the Macintosh platform.
RouteBuddy, the flagship product, is the most advanced mapping application available on Mac OS X. It combines plug-and-play GPS support with high-quality map data, allowing you to create a library of your GPS activities. By supporting industry-standard interchange formats, RouteBuddy brings a world of geographical information to your Mac.
RouteBuddy offers powerful management of geo-data and combined with its online store content of an ever growing collection of maps from around the world has become essential tool for getting greater use and productivity out of any Mac compatible GPS and geo-data files. RouteBuddy puts business and consumer
users in control of their maps, and the valuable geographic location data they create or collect along the way.
"I regard RouteBuddy as a very important step in bringing more people in touch with geographic software and data. Its user-friendly interface and GPS-capabilities provide a unique link to the geocaching crowd.", said Hans van der Maarel, owner of Red Geographics.
About RouteBuddy Ltd
Founded in 2005, RouteBuddy Ltd have pioneered the development of native GPS mapping software for Mac OS X.
By bringing high-precision vector map data to Apple's unique platform, RouteBuddy aim to take full advantage of native Mac OS X technologies such as Quartz graphics and multi-processing to develop powerful new GPS and Mapping solutions for Mac users. For more information, please visit www.routebuddy.com
About Red Geographics
Red Geographics is a geographic software reseller, GIS service provider and map production company from Klundert, The Netherlands. It offers a number of software products for the cartographic/GIS market, training and consultancy services. For more information, please visit www.redgeographics.com
Red Geographics to become RouteBuddy affiliate
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Posted 03 June 2008 - 02:47 PM
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