New software solution provides Smallworld Integration with Bing Maps and Google Maps
October 18, 2011 -- Lakewood, Colorado – Spatial Business Systems is pleased to announce their newest product in their Open Smallworld product series, BrowserLink for Smallworld. BrowserLink was developed by SBS to allow organizations to integrate their GE Smallworld GIS with Google and Bing maps. This new offering allows users to leverage the rich information from Google and Bing maps within their Smallworld GIS. BrowserLink tightly links Smallworld and the Internet map browser together for a seamless connection. BrowserLink users can also take advantage of other Google and Bing map features such as traffic and routing within a Smallworld session.
From now until the end of 2011 SBS is offering one free user license of BrowserLink. For more information on BrowserLink or any SBS Open Smallworld products please contact Email Contact or by phone at (303) 847-4200 choice 1.
About Spatial Business Systems
Spatial Business Systems is a respected geospatial technology consulting firm based in Denver, Colorado, USA with offices in Melbourne, Australia. SBS specializes in providing tools that enable access to the world’s infrastructure data. The SBS team is uniquely experienced with the integration of GIS and traditional information systems, and offers solutions for the seamless coexistence of different GIS products. Spatial Business Systems personnel have performed hundreds of engagements in support of the utility, telecommunications and government markets.