This category includes information about map servers. A map server is software that allows users to access data and, to at least some degree, process data for the purpose of information extraction. A map server has some functionality beyond simply map display.

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AltaMap Server
GeoMicro's AltaMap family of products for Internet Mapping needs including cartographic quality maps, nation wide Geocoding, and door-to-door directions.
ArcIMS
Latest release from ESRI. Web GIS application with a light HTML client version and a java version for data streaming.
CARIS
Provides Web sites with the ability to display vector maps and associate textual information.
Digital Map Archive
An on-line web mapping system to show geographical and statistical data in support of the European Commission Humanitarian Office ECHO.
Formarama
Free map server which can be used to browse maps and can be included in any web page.
Geocortex Internet Mapping Network
Suite of Internet mapping design, consulting and hosting services.
GeoSmart
An automated web-based mapping service which allows users to create and edit maps and maintain user access permissions.
I-Maps Internet Map Server
Provides mapping utilities that allow access to geographically related information. GIS applications available for any type of spatial data.
Internet Parcel Look Up System
Allows visitors to locate parcel data for a number of municipalities in Virginia and North Carolina, United States, using a web-based GIS to query smart maps and data tables.
Mapzoom
Server-side software for navigating maps generated from static images, with clickable regions imported from ESRI shape files.
Natural Area Coding System
Products for web pages, that support vector maps with unlimited map layers and hyperlinks.
Skyline Software System
Home of the Terra software environment, a realistic interactive, photo-based three-dimensional map of our planet available on the Internet.

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March 28, 2016 at 6:05:03 UTC
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