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ADC WorldMap Releases Digital Atlas v6.2

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Monday, November 12th 2012


ADC WorldMap, a leader in providing comprehensive, current, and seamless geographic digital data for the whole Earth, is pleased to announce the release of ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v6.2. The ADC WorldMap upgrade features a new layer that includes more than 93,000 parks and protected areas in 45 countries. The layer contains over 250 different types of parks and protected areas including nature reserves, national parks, and wildlife refuges.

 

Along with the new parks and protected areas layer, ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v6.2 includes current country and first level boundaries for the entire world, over 25,800 second level boundaries in 86 countries, and more than 100,000 points of interest (POI) worldwide in over 75 categories. ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v6.2 also features 55,000 built up areas which are all linked to major cities, as well as localized names for countries, first level, and second level boundaries.

 

Barb Wenninger, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for ADC WorldMap says, “The ADC WorldMap v6.2 upgrade integrates our customer’s feedback which has resulted in the best available worldwide data at this scale.” Wenninger adds, “Creating a positive bond and strong relationship with our existing and potential customers, as well as actively listening to their needs has helped us meet their requirements and improve the quality of our ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas product.”

 

ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas has proven to be an essential tool for mapping applications in a variety of industries including aviation, weather, government, logistics management, cloud-based, fleet management and transportation, communication, and various business sectors.

 

ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v6.2 includes thirty-seven detail-rich layers and tables and is made available in Esri, MapInfo and Oracle Spatial formats.

 

About ADC WorldMap
ADC WorldMap is a division of American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi). From the company’s headquarters in Appleton, Wisconsin, USA, ADCi has specialized in providing digital mapping products and services since 1988. ADC WorldMap is the leader in digital atlas products and recognized by users throughout the world for high-quality, ease-of-use, quick drawing display, and increasing user productivity. For more information about ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas, visit www.adcworldmap.com or call 920.733.6678.

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