DMTI Spatial, Canada's leading geospatial data experts, announced the launch of their most recent GIS innovation, CanMap v7.2.
This latest CanMap installment supplies consumers with the addition of over 40,000 building footprints for major urban centres across Canada: Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton-Niagara, London, Ottawa-Hull, Montreal and Halifax. These improvements will enhance the customer’s ability to develop a more detailed and highly accurate base map.
The newest edition of CanMap Parks, provides an even greater benefit to recreational, travel and tourism enthusiasts and their web applications with the addition of 302 wilderness area park reserves, heritage parks and sanctuaries to its growing portfolio. As Canada’s first attributed National Parks file, CanMap Parks has reached an unprecedented total of 1,800 parks including: national, provincial, territorial, marine, wilderness and reserves.
“These additional attributes attest to the robust nature of our CanMap product line where we not only continue to bring the most accurate and complete streetfiles to market with unprecedented street naming and addressing,” said Mike Stones, Vice President, Product Development & Client Services, “but also go that extra mile and include files that nest perfectly with our street base such as the inclusion of over 40,000 building footprints and detailed rail enhancements to major urban centres.”
DMTI Spatial’s latest version of CanMap continues to set the standard for increased quality and breadth of coverage for streetfiles in today’s marketplace. Other leading products and services that coincide with this release include: CanMap Rail v1.3, CanMap Water v1.2, Municipal Amalgamation File (MAF) v1.1, Enhanced Points of Interest (EPOI) v2.2, GeoPinpoint Suite v4.2, and Six Digit and Enhanced Postal Code Files v7.2.
Source: DMTI Spatial