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Locus Technologies Develops EIM GIS+

Marketwired has recently published an article describing Locus Technologies introduction of the Locus GIS+ mapping platform, a significant upgrade to the current Locus EIM Google Maps-based solution. Locus GIS+ is powered by Esri’s ArcGIS platform and offers a host of advanced features — including enhanced cartography, comprehensive spatial data analysis, and ability to use the […] The post Locus Technologies Develops EIM GIS+ appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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