Achieving More with Street-Level Imagery: Geocortex Adds Support for Mapillary in Geocortex Essentials

Geocortex adds out-of-the-box support for Mapillary imagery and data in their latest Geocortex Essentials release, making it easier than ever for Geocortex's 1500 partners to use street-level imagery for building better GIS solutions.

From governments and NGOs at all levels to public safety, utilities, and energy, more than 1,500 organizations around the world trust Geocortex technology for their GIS application development needs. Geocortex is known in the GIS community as an easily navigable platform for developing and maintaining GIS applications, so we couldn’t be happier to announce that Geocortex’s latest Geocortex Essentials release includes out-of-the-box support for Mapillary imagery and data.

The release means that starting today, you can integrate and access all Mapillary imagery and data straight in Geocortex Essentials, bringing more than one billion street-level images to the fingertips of Geocortex customers. As a result, it’s now easier than ever to use machine-generated map data to build GIS applications straight out of Geocortex Essentials.

Drew Millen, CTO at Geocortex, explains: “Geocortex customers have been using the street-level imagery and map data provided by Mapillary for years, and so it was a no-brainer to add out-of-the-box support for Mapillary in Geocortex Essentials 4.13. It’s now easier than ever to integrate your Mapillary data into your Geocortex applications. Simply plug in your Mapillary connection details and you’re good to go! This provides extra power when designing apps for street-level use, allowing you to do even more with your map imagery and data.”

The Mapillary integration for Geocortex Essentials

We’re delighted with the release and can’t wait to see the new ways Mapillary imagery and data will be used for building better and more powerful GIS applications through Geocortex. To sign up with Geocortex, contact

/Muthu Sampath, GIS Technical Sales Manager

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