Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (Aena), which handles more passengers than any other airport operator in the world, is using software from the British developer Cadcorp
British GIS and web mapping software developer Cadcorp, has won a place on the approved list of suppliers of Software as a Service (SaaS) for Cadcorp’s submitted services, as part of the government’s G-Cloud iii framework.
For what is thought to the first time ever, the heads of the five British Mapping and Charting agencies will come together to discuss the future of mapping
Specialist British GIS software developer Cadcorp, has announced the immediate availability of Web Map Layers for Insurance.
British developer of geographic information systems (GIS) software, Cadcorp, has formed a partnership with the Belgrade-based geomatics specialist MapSoft Ltd.
For the first time the UK now has a single definitive national address and street database: the National Address Gazetteer. The release of the new database is being celebrated at the ‘Everything Happens Somewhere 2011’ conference and exhibition, where Cadcorp is announcing an important new product.
Users of Cadcorp SIS web mapping and geographic information systems software will be able to get even more value from their free to use Ordnance Survey MeridianTM 2 mapping data for Great Britain1.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has selected UK based software developer Cadcorp to provide a corporate Geographic Information System (GIS). The solution includes both desktop and web applications, as well as links to various existing GMFRS systems. It will be available to users across the county, and will support data sharing and exchange not only within GMFRS, but with other authorities and other Fire and Rescue Services.
Cadcorp, the UK based developer and supplier of GIS and web mapping software, has unveiled its latest addition to the Cadcorp SIS – Spatial Information System product family - Web Map Layers. Web Map Layers is an off-the-shelf but extensible web mapping product designed for map viewing and interrogation. The product is perfect for users without direct experience of GIS, such as members of the public, and the vast majority of office workers who interact with spatial data but lay no claim to be GIS specialists.