ThinkGeo Announces the Release of Render Canada

ThinkGeo Announces the Release of Render Canada

 

Lawrence, KS—ThinkGeo LLC is pleased to announce the release of Render Canada, a .NET GIS plug-in for the Map Suite product line that automates the process of building maps of Canada. With Render Canada, .NET developers can generate fully functional, detailed maps of Canada at many different levels of magnification.

 

By providing .NET developers with the ability to build detailed street-level maps of Canada in just 3 steps, Render Canada simplifies the map rendering process. Leveraging ThinkGeo’s Map Suite line of products, Render Canada drastically cuts down on development time and gives .NET developers full-featured mapping applications with complete coverage of Canada. The perfect plug-in for ThinkGeo’s Map Suite Web, Desktop, or Engine, Render Canada allows developers the flexibility to quickly develop mapping applications of Canada for any environment, whether it is for the web or desktop.

 

At the heart of Render Canada is the RenderCanada class, which handles the complex rendering logic for the various map layers and reduces much of the work involved in the map building process. Finally, the Render Canada package includes a large dataset of Canada in the industry standard ShapeFile format (.shp) as well as the RenderCanada class in both the C# and VB.NET languages.

 

ThinkGeo LLC is an industry leader in mapping and asset tracking technologies and services. ThinkGeo LLC offers a wide variety of high-quality products for asset tracking and for software developers who are authoring mapping and geospatial applications. To learn more about Render Canada or other products that are offered, please visit our website at www.thinkgeo.com or contact one of our sales representatives at sales@thinkgeo.com or (866)847-7510.

 

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Moritz Wolffer
ThinkGeo, LLC
1617 St. Andrews Suite 201
Lawrence, KS 66047, USA

 

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