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Blog Posts By Jen Brackett

New in MapInfo 15

MapInfo v15 is full of great new features!

  • Updates to the Layout Designer
  • Support for Touch Screens
  • Improvements to Update and Append

…and lots more…

learn more here

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MapInfo Raster

MapInfo Advanced with Raster

The Multi-Resolution Raster (.MRR) data format provides very high performance with extremely large raster/grid datasets.

It is now available in MapInfo Advanced.

Read more about this new offering here

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MI PRO Advanced Webinar

MapInfo Pro™ Advanced enables massive GIS productivity gains.

How these exciting changes will impact all GIS professionals (particularly those in insurance, retail, the public sector and telco)

In this webinar you will learn how to

  • Drive down analysis times
  • Open huge data files in just seconds
  • Combine the strengths of vector- and raster-based data and analysis techniques

Speaker: Elliott Cox, Associate Product Manager, Location Intelligence, Pitney Bowes

Registration and more Information

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Fewer clicks. More answers.

With MapInfo Pro v.16

A new interactive interface for thematic mapping puts you control.
Modify and update maps directly from the ribbon.
Instant feedback from gallery controls makes everything easier to learn and easier to use.

Visualize in less time

Improvements to the Layout Designer reduce the time it takes to create and improve the quality of cartographic map output.
Now you can communicate map-based information and insights with greater speed and precision.

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Total data compatibility

MapInfo Pro v.16 features

Support for the latest OGC standards make it easier for users to share maps and location data.
Our strong support for interoperability and open systems is enhanced with new standards, including:
• OGC Web Feature Service 2.0
• OGC Web Map Tile Service (WMTS)
• OGC GeoPackage

Your tables can now have up to 1,000 fields.
Plus, an extended TAB file format eliminate the 2 GB file size limit.
Using the GeoPackage data format, you can also share multiple sets of geospatial data in a single file, which can be used for collaboration and mobile applications.

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