Thanks for the great response to the video Gretchen posted last month. I just wanted to add an update here that we're now offering web development services for those who need more advanced functionality. The original news release is below.
mapbiquity.com - because maps should be everywhere
Fort Collins, Colo. — January 6, 2011 — Earlier this week Mapbiquity launched a new service to help customers integrate more advanced web mapping functionality into their own websites. The new offering provides custom web map development services, technical support for customers who want to develop their own applications, or a combination of the two. Mapbiquity.com is built on technology that supports the Open Geospatial Consortium’s Web Map Service (WMS), Web Feature Service (WFS), and Web Coverage Service (WCS) standards. What this means is that while the functionality provided directly through the mapbiquity.com website is simple and easy to use, the underlying technology can be used to develop much more advanced and powerful geospatial functionality.
“We recognize that although mapbiquity.com is useful for quickly getting a web map on your website, there are many customers who need more functionality and we would like to help them get there”, says Kris Peterson, Founder and Owner of Mapbiquity. From more complex map symbology to providing links to KML downloads of your data for display in Google Earth to displaying the data associated with a map feature, the technology behind Mapbiquity is capable of it and much more. Kris adds, “Although we want our customers to be empowered by the ease and simplicity of our base functionality, we also want to give them the flexibility to create more powerful web mapping applications.”
For information on how Mapbiquity can build a custom solution that fits your needs or how you can create your own, contact email@example.com.
Mapbiquity LLC was founded in 2010 with the goals of helping bring web mapping to more organizations and making it easy to create elegant maps for the Web. Mapbiquity is found on the Web at www.mapbiquity.com and on Twitter at @mapbiquity.
Mapbiquity Now Offering Custom Web Mapping Development Services
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