Redlands-based ESRI is deploying its ESRI ArcWeb mapping services to supply mapping and geographic data for PCs and GPS-enabled mobile phones. The company's Trimble Outdoors software applications tap into ESRI's extensive mapping tools to allow for trip planning, location-based blogging applications, and other tools. The company is targeting outdoor enthusiasts who want or need to integrate detailed mapping functionality with GPS-enabled phones and mobile phone cameras, automatically stamping photos with location information and allowing those photos to be posted online. The services will be available as part of a monthly subscription. The company is looking to tap into the outdoor enthusiast market and users who want to share their trips and photos with others.
posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2005
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