American Digital Cartography Release of WorldMap Digital Atlas v7.3.




adc-worldmapAppleton, WI-USA – American Digital Cartography, Inc., a leader in providing comprehensive, current, and seamless geographic digital data for the whole Earth, is pleased to announce the release of ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v7.3.

The latest release includes current country and first level political boundaries for the entire world and over 39,900 second level political boundaries in 137 countries. Recent updates include adding Admin 2 boundaries in: Vietnam, Honduras, Liberia, Ghana, Senegal and Djibouti.
ADC WorldMap contains a total of 43 detail-rich layers and tables. Layers and tables include: Cities, Capitals, Seas & Bays, POIs, World Coastlines and Parks & Protected Areas.

Joe Roehl, President of ADCi states “For over 20 years, ADCi has been continuously updating ADC WorldMap, with this release we continue to improve the product to meet our customer’s requests.” Roehl continues, “ADC WorldMap Version 7.3 improves many layers, including over 1,400 additional second level Administrative boundaries.”

Proven as an essential tool for mapping applications, ADC WorldMap has been licensed for use in a variety of industries including weather, communication, aviation, government, fleet/logistics management and transportation.

ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v7.3 is available in a variety of formats including: Esri, MapInfo and Oracle Spatial formats. Data customization and other file formats are available upon request.

About ADC WorldMap:
ADC WorldMap is a division of American Digital Cartography, Inc. (ADCi). From the company’s headquarters in Appleton, Wisconsin, USA, ADCi has specialized in providing digital mapping products and services since 1988. ADC WorldMap is the leader in digital atlas products and recognized by users throughout the world for high-quality, ease-of-use, quick drawing display, and increasing user productivity. For more information about ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas, visit adcworldmap.com, call 920.733.6678 or follow us on Twitter @ADCi_maps.




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