Gatineau, QC, Canada (PRWEB) July 7, 2009
DBx GEOMATICS inc. today announced the availability of a trial version of the new CartoVista Publisher. The publisher trial version is now available for download at http://www.cartovista.com/trialregister.aspx. With the trial version, end users can load their own maps and create rich flash-based maps for display within CartoVista 2.0.
The new CartoVista Publisher is a state-of-the-art desktop application designed to support every aspect of a CartoVista 2.0 deployment. The CartoVista Publisher features advanced management tools to create and maintain any maps or data used by the application. It centralizes the management of the users' map files and style settings so that they can rapidly create maps without having to find map files each time, or reapply style settings. CartoVista Publisher provides tremendous cartographic freedom to create very high quality maps from existing GIS data.
The trial version allows users to load their own map datasets and associated thematic data to explore CartoVista capabilities. The GIS formats supported in this first release are MapInfo tables and ESRI shapefiles.
"CartoVista Publisher is a major achievement in building our complete suite of components within the CartoVista solution. We are proud to offer a user friendly environment for cartographers and other non-GIS users to develop high quality maps", said Dany Bouchard, President of DBx GEOMATICS.
To access the trial version or for more information, please visit http://www.cartovista.com
About DBx GEOMATICS
DBx GEOMATICS is an industry leader in the development of interactive web mapping applications. The company offers web-based focus products and services to deliver innovative, user-friendly and effective geo-spatial applications.
Leveraging on Adobe Flash & Flex technologies, DBx GEOMATICS developed CartoVista, a software solution that combines best in class vector-based web mapping and state-of-the-art thematic display and visualization. Strategic user data is displayed in innovative and meaningful ways to effectively synthesize and analyze spatial information.