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Caliper Offers Updated Mexico and Brazil Data for Use with Maptitude 2014

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Monday, June 16th 2014
Caliper Corporation | Newton,MA


NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) - Caliper is excited to announce new Brazil andMexico Country Packages! The products include a wealth of data and functionality not available in any other software.

Both country packages includes an up-to-date street layer with address data for geocoding and travel time information for computing routes and travel-time rings. Also included are building footprints for many urban locations, railroads, and comprehensive named landmarks that range from public facilities to commercial buildings including shops, restaurants, and retail stores.

New postal data are also included. The Brazil package now includes a point layer with 488,692 records of postal code locations. The Mexico package includes an updated Postal Area layer with 19,173 records.

Maptitude ships with one country of your choice and additional packages can be purchased separately for US$595. You can switch between the countries you have purchased. Doing so refreshes the Maptitude interface with country-specific tools such as those for finding, pin mapping (geocoding)routing, and the Create-a-Map Wizard.

If you have any questions, please call Maptitude Sales (USA) at +1 617-527-4700, or send an e-mail to sales@caliper.com.

About Caliper

Caliper Corporation develops state-of-the-art Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. With a focus on usability, Maptitude is designed to be a cost-effective, professional mapping software product. Maptitude enables organizations to leverage their location-based data to improve decision making and planning, while minimizing expenditure through competitively priced solutions.

Caliper is a privately held corporation and is a leading developer of mapping,redistrictingtransportation, and GIS software.

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