Maponics to offer neighborhood boundaries in EU countries



Example of neighborhood boundaries in Roma, Italy
Example of neighborhood boundaries in Roma, Italy
Last week Maponics, a provider of highly-local geographic data, announced the launch of Maponics International Neighborhood Boundarie. First released in beta earlier this year, this specialized spatial dataset will include neighborhoods for approximately 100 cities in over 15 European Union countries by the end of 2009.

“Companies have had trouble finding high quality neighborhood boundary information for areas outside of North America,” explains Darrin Clement, CEO and president of Maponics. “So we created this product in response to the needs of our customers. The accuracy and commitment we provide is essential for global companies serious about taking their international interactive search and mapping to the local neighborhood level.”

Companies such as AccuData, infoUSA, Trulia, Dominion Enterprises (eNeighborhoods and Homes.com) and Citysearch already use Maponics for U.S. and Canadian neighborhood boundary data.

Tuesday, April 28th 2009


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