The range of application for a high performing Geocoding utility is within the developer’s control. From simple data analysis/visualization and customer management to distribution techniques that give you the edge over your competition. When addresses are geocoded the immediate benefit for users, whether novice or professional is that the data can be visualized and then analyzed which can lead to greater depths of data immersion and deduction. ThinkGeo Cloud Geocoding allows users to convert addresses into geographic coordinates (latitude/longitude) in both single form or in batch form and our new Geocoder can do that with worldwide coverage and street-level accuracy! Continue reading
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Knowing where you are and what’s around you was once an area only experts and roadmaps could help you with. In the last 20 years it’s safe to say a mapping revolution has taken place and now typing in what you’re looking for near you is commonplace. ThinkGeo Cloud’s Reverse Geocoding API lets you quickly convert coordinates from anywhere in the world into human-readable streets addresses. It also allows users to get a list of nearby points of interest and to find the nearest place of any category you want; again with global coverage. Continue reading
ThinkGeo’s next addition to its robust cloud offering is ThinkGeo Routing, and it’s already here! Not only can you now get driving routes and turn-by-turn directions from our cloud, we also added a Service Area utility to help you manage business logistics using spatial analysis.
Cloud customers and evaluators are now able to enter in start/end coordinates and receive the shortest driving route back to them. In addition, our ThinkGeo Cloud Routing service supports routing through up to 25 waypoints if you need to find the best route between a list of locations. Continue reading
With a major .NET evolution around the corner; ThinkGeo is primed to make the most of the latest environment enhancements. Our library of SDKs are being re-written to take advantage of the technological climate ahead of us, and will support .NET Core 3.0 natively when the new version of Microsoft’s development framework launches in the fall. ThinkGeo Cloud uses our SDKs as its main engine, which means that our Cloud services will be more performant, more responsive and more memory-efficient.
Our Cloud offering keeps strengthening, and in line with that notion we aim to add some of our most asked-about features as well as some completely new and innovative services to ThinkGeo Cloud over the course of 2019. Continue reading
We notice the empty storefronts on our commutes and weekends out and about. The names and numbers continue to mount. Some marquee U.S. retail franchises are in the midst of a mass-scale disappearing act. The retail business hit record revenues in 2018 so some may ask why the record high store closures? Economists have pinned the blame on over extending and over expanding the realistic shopper base and in some cases over-inundating some major metropolitan areas with franchises. Another obvious trend is the takeover of online shopping and the convenience of pressing buttons at home versus roaming the wild for goods. Continue reading