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generic mapping options

This section of our website covers our range of GIS and map service options available for all our Business Intelligence options. As you can see Map Intelligence is not tied to any mapping product or map services provider.


MI Server for GIS options


The MI Server uses the services of map-servers to render the data layers generated by MI to appear on top of base maps. We have different versions of the MI Server for Esri’s ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS OnLine, Pitney Bowes’ Spectrum Spatial, and GeoServer.


Other map service options

Each of these map-servers can all handle many different geographic data formats while using tiled maps as their background images. The underlying maps (often referred to as base maps) can come from sources like Esri, Pitney Bowes (MapInfo), Google (Maps and Earth), Microsoft Bing, Mapbox, Open Street Maps (OSM) or your own custom maps.


Explore some of our other map service options


And don't forget that you can concurrently deploy many different types of MI Client using just one MI Server.


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