eSpatial releases upgrade to OnDemand GIS

By on 5 July, 2011
 
eSpatial has released an upgrade to its Software-as-a-Service GIS product, OnDemand GIS, with enhancements to user administration, data imports, and the user interface.
 
Specific upgrades in this latest release include:
  • Direct access to Google’s driving directions from within eSpatial OnDemand GIS.
  • The ability to add attributes to an existing layer.
  • Support for use with touch-screen devices, including the Apple iPad and the Samsung Galaxy Tablet.
  • An improved CSV import process.
  • Numerous usability enhancements to the interface, making eSpatial OnDemand GIS even easier to use.
  • Additional help guides to assist users to complete tasks.
  • More comprehensive user administration options:

    • Additional options for assignment of user-group permissions for functions, maps, data sets (map layers), queries, thematics, print layouts and functions.
    • The addition of user-group permissions for Web Map Service (WMS).
 
“Continuing to provide improvements and new functionality to our customers is important to us,” says CTO Eamon Walsh. “We look forward to continuing to develop eSpatial OnDemand GIS, particularly as our Software-as-a-Service customer base grows.”
 
A free 14 day trial of the service is available at www.espatial.com/trial

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