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Give Your Maps a Lift with ThinkGeo Cloud Elevation

Mt Rainier Elevation Track using ThinkGeo Cloud

Elevation data can have many practical uses in a variety of industries; from agricultural to urban development.  Slope and aspect can be directly derived from rendering elevation points and getting precise feedback.  ThinkGeo Cloud makes it easy to get that feedback.

We’ve highlighted some famous US landmarks to demonstrate the range and easy of accessibility that our Cloud Elevation APIs bring with them.  Whether you’re plotting a hiking tour of Mt Rainier or wanting to calculate the slope/drop off of Hoover Dam into the Colorado River; the uses cases are several and getting hands-on with our sample will showcases some of them and gets you jump started:

Get hands on with all of our Elevation Landmarks and Create Your Own Path! Continue reading

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ThinkGeo Mobile Routing Spotlight

Whether its fleet management, emergency services or simply wanting to avoid traffic on the drive home routing plays a huge part
in our business and personal adventures. ThinkGeo’s Routing extension is simple to use and highly effective. Some key features include

  • Turn by Turn Direction to help you find the fastest and shortest routes
  • The ability to generate a Service Area to manage multiple points and routing to and from these points
  • Avoiding specific areas on your route to maximize efficiency

Take a closer look at the following IOS and Android Github samples to get a preview of what our Routing extension has to offer on the Mobile Platform and if it gives you any project ideas let us know; we’d be happy to work with you and be part of your vision. Continue reading

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Draw and Edit Shapes within Your Application

Do you have existing data that needs editing? Or perhaps you want to create new mapping data? Map Suite is a powerful tool that allows developers and end users to create new or edit existing shapes and features. There are several scenarios in which you may have to create new or edit existing data.

Let’s say a road has been extended, a farmer acquired an adjacent field, a building has been expanded, a school district has changed its boundaries, etc.; you can use the APIs and tools in order to make the necessary changes to the data. Continue reading

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