MapDotNet Server is the .NET GIS platform that provides extensive support for Virtual Earth integration. Organizations can create interactive maps that provide geospatial visualization and analysis capabilities. Microsoft and MapDotNet innovations result in an elegant but powerful package According to ISC, customers worldwide are eager to take advantage of the latest innovations in mapping and GIS technology. The company is currently working with large and small local government agencies, as well as with commercial businesses that operate both internationally and in small regional areas. “Our Microsoft relationship is important, and customers immediately see the value of our combined technologies,” said Mark Alexander, President of ISC.
MapDotNet Server 6.5 will be released in November 2007, and in addition to support for the new features in Virtual Earth 6.0, will include upgraded map rendering capabilities, Microsoft WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) support, profiling, event logging, and improved diagnostics.
Founded in 1989, ISC is a worldwide leader in software that combines today’s latest advances in web-based, consumer mapping with powerful enterprise GIS (geographic information systems). The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to empower people through great geospatial software.
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