Creation of any GIS-based solution is an extremely serious undertaking and any help is usually highly appreciated here. If you are working on a project employing a geospatial technology, it’s definitely a good idea to check out AvisMap GIS Engine — a comprehensive suite comprised of Active X components and a great number of automation objects. The engine can be used in Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi, Visual C#.NET, Visual Basic. NET, Visual C++.NET and ASP.NET projects and can be easily integrated with such information systems as OA, MIS and others.
AvisMap GIS Engine features 170 programming objects, 11 controls and 3000 development interfaces that enable you to control the visual part of your application, edit attributes, process topological data, create, visualize and analyze 3D models, create maps, print layouts and do a whole lot more! The engine has a module structure, which means that the developer can easily assemble the necessary modules and include them into his project without overloading it with useless code. This highly flexible tool takes care of both visual and database aspects of your GIS applications — support of two-tier indexing guarantees fast and smooth loading of data and it its rendering , while flexible data storage options facilitate data format optimization and boost your app’s performance.
AvisMap GIS Engine is an all-in-one solution for professional working with complex and resource-intensive geographic information systems, so if you happen to be such a professional, you should definitely consider it for your current and future projects.
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