Advantages of interactive maps

Interactive maps offer a modern alternative to traditional maps, provide solutions to typical map constraints, and deliver additional benefits.

You are here

Not there, or there, but HERE. GPS technology provides info based on users' current location.

Web maps use geolocation found on most mobile devices to help users answer questions like:

Got a dull map? Layer up.

Dynamic baselayers reveal and enhance what's underneath your data.

Why choose just one background layer when you can have several?

Responsibly responsive

Tap, swipe, or click your way through a memorable map experience.

Interactive maps work great on a variety of devices, and a mobile-friendly approach ensures satisfaction across platforms.

    Keep it real

    ...real-time, that is. Integration with third-party platforms means one big happy map family.

    Unlike PDFs, web maps can connect to dynamic services like:

    Flexible sources: BYOData

    Web maps can consume a variety of data types. Just keep feeding them!Read more...

    Data sources are as varied as the projects they support, but web maps can be tailored to support your data, inluding formats like:

    Analyze and interpret

    Let your users query, filter, and search their way to analysis and interpretation.Read more...

    PDF maps only get you so far. Sometimes you need the robustness of a web map to answer questions like:

    Page size: letter, legal, or limitless?

    When it comes to big data in interactive maps, the sky (errr cloud?) is the limit.Read more...

    Web maps do not share the size limitations of PDF, so you can:

    Sharing is caring

    Spread the word about a specific map feature quickly and directly.Read more...

    Through the magic that is the internet, web maps can take users directly to a feature through a URL. This means you can: