CartoVista Launches CartoVista Cloud 8.1 at the 2023 FCM Conference in Toronto


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A provider of web mapping solutions, CartoVista unveils CartoVista Cloud 8.1. The recent release significantly improves the platform’s GIS flexibility and connectivity, enabling GIS and business professionals to build an interactive story map presentation online.

Seamless integration with ESRI’s ArcGIS allows users to connect data galleries and map layers with ArcGIS Feature Services. The user-friendly display messages allow users to adjust sharing permissions, while personalized emails with map thumbnails facilitate effortless sharing of maps. CartoVista 8.1 simplifies data integration by offering OGC Web Map Tile Service (WMTS) access.

Read More: CartoVista unveils CartoVista Cloud 8.1, the latest in GIS web mapping platforms, at 2023 FCM Conference in Toronto

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