MicroImages Integrates Geospatial Analysis with Google Earth and Maps
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MicroImages Integrates Geospatial Analysis with Google Earth and Maps

October 17, 2007 -- Use TNTmips to create ready-to-use standard Google Maps and Earth tilesets or KML files. Publish your tilesets using an HTML page and anyone can use them in Google Maps via their browser. Tilesets can be assembled directly from many different formats and coordinate reference systems using the TNTmips mosaic process. Or, directly import, export, snapshot a view, or render a layout from geodata in your geodata format into KML and KMZ files including images, photos, graphics, and styles. Support is also included to create OSGeo tilesets for use in Open Layers. For detailed descriptions of these new TNTmips features see the illustrated TechGuides at www.microimages.com/press/google.htm or contact info@microimages.com.


About MicroImages, Inc.
Since 1986, MicroImages, Inc. has been providing the most advanced software in the industry for fully integrated GIS, desktop cartography, image processing, CAD, TIN, database, and geospatial analysis. With the TNT products, you edit, display, and present project materials in raster, vector, shape, CAD, relational database, and TIN formats. All TNT products are available in a growing number of international languages and can be operated under Windows, Mac OSX and Linux/Unix operating systems using the same interface and Project File structure. MicroImages also provides TNTlite, a free version of the professional TNT products along with a series of free tutorial booklets for students and professionals trying to learn geospatial analysis. For more information, see MicroImages’ web site at www.microimages.com.

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