Carbon Project Releases Free ArcGIS Plug-in for WMS and WFS

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The Carbon Project announces that its WFS and WMS extension to ESRI's ArcGIS Desktop, CarbonArc Lite, is now available as a free, downloadable plugin.

The Carbon Project announces that its WFS and WMS extension to ESRI's ArcGIS Desktop, CarbonArc Lite, is now available as a free, downloadable plugin.

The CarbonArc Lite plug-in will be freely available to all ArcGIS users with no limits, fees, or restrictions.

To get CarbonArc Lite now please visit http://www.thecarbonproject.com/carbonarc.php.

The release of the free CarbonArc Lite will immediately benefit government agencies and other ArcGIS users by providing them the ability to access to up-to-date, accurate, consistent framework data and other information.

CarbonArc Lite extends ArcGIS to use Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) services and is the first module of the CarbonArc interoperability extension platform for ArcGIS. With CarbonArc Lite ESRI users around the world can now easily plug into Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Data Services, including both OGC Web Map and Feature Services.

CarbonArc Lite was developed using CarbonTools Lite and The Carbon Project's unique Source-Handler-Data™ architecture.

For more information please contact marketing @ thecarbonproject.com.

About The Carbon Project
The Carbon Project is a Microsoft Certified Partner pioneering innovative geosocial solutions and making location-based information accessible and usable to everyone, everywhere. The Carbon Project's flagship product, CarbonTools PRO, extends the Microsoft .NET Framework for advanced location content handling, mapping and sharing. The revolutionary CarbonCloud framework is the world's first peer-to-peer (p2p) framework for sharing location content. For more information visit http://www.TheCarbonProject.com.

The Carbon Project, CarbonArc, CarbonTools and Source-Handler-Data are trademarks of Carbon Project, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their owners.

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