April 06, 2009 -- MapText, Inc., the leader in high-quality cartographic text placement software will demonstrate its latest technology in Booth 36 at the annual ‘GIS for Transportation Symposium’ in Oklahoma City, April 5-8, 2009. MapText products are being used by various departments of transportation for desktop, paper, and web mapping applications.
At the event, MapText will demonstrate the company’s new line of affordably priced integrated labeling software for various GIS systems – GeoMedia, ArcGIS, and MapInfo. These new products share the same powerful labeling engine as the flagship product Label-EZ and will provide users with an intuitive GUI and static and dynamic on-screen labeling capabilities.
MapText will also highlight customer benefits realized by the use of its powerful automated text placement solution, Label-EZ, for cartographic mapping. In addition, dynamic text placement capabilities of the Label-Web product will be demonstrated. These demonstrations will showcase the use of these products for:
- Labeling of wall maps / state-wide tourist maps
- Labeling of map books for county map series, traffic volume maps, etc.
- High-quality labeling for transportation web-applications using GeoMedia WebMap.
The company’s latest dynamic labeling product Label-Web for GeoMedia WebMap helps greatly enhance the quality of web maps being served by the DOTs. It provides high-speed / high-quality labeling for all feature types with capabilities such as automatic conforming to shape of feature, stacking of labels, and route shield placement. The product enables the database changes to be reflected instantly in the web-application and removes the need to store various layers of label information.
For more information about the show, please visit www.gis-t.org
MapText is the leading label-placement solutions provider for local, state, and national government mapping agencies worldwide. Its software places text automatically for virtually any kind of map or chart – to high cartographic standards and at incredible speed. The software is in use worldwide for making city street maps, highway maps, cadastral maps, soil maps, utility maps, as well as nautical and aeronautical charts. For more information, visit www.maptext.com.
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