Apollo Mapping Announces the Release of Map Mavin – Delivering GIS to the World

Apollo Mapping, the leading reseller of satellite imagery in the United States, announced the release of the latest version of Map Mavin, an online web-mapping software.

Map Mavin is a cloud-based platform geared towards the open sharing of GIS data. Do you have GIS data you need to share with users who don’t have GIS software or experience? For $35 a month you can share maps with other users without the expense of GIS software. This Basic account lets you host up to 5 GB of data layers, create maps and share maps with other users around the world. Maps made in a Basic account can be password protected, set to private or open to the public. You can make layers editable or read-only. The power is in the hands of the user.

Viewing maps created in Map Mavin is free, no need to download software or host it on your computer. Map Viewers can talk to users and share their screen using Map Mavin’s Screen Share. They can edit layers and mark up the map with ease.

Use Map Mavin with or without your existing GIS systems to share maps and data in minutes. Get the data you need from people in the field, with minimal training. Map Mavin is opening doors for people around the world to solve problems with a geospatial mindset.

Test out a public map of New York’s WIFI hotspots.

About Apollo Mapping

Apollo Mapping, located in Boulder, Colorado, is a leader in the satellite imagery and remote sensing industry. Customer satisfaction and efficiency are the hallmarks of Apollo’s approach to providing GIS data that meets the customer’s needs. Apollo’s Image Hunter service is the most comprehensive satellite imagery search engine available, featuring over a dozen satellite imagery providers. Map Mavin was born from the belief that everyone deserves access to geospatial data that shapes the world in which we live.

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