BURLINGTON, MA, July 15, 2009 – The Carbon Project announces the latest update to CarbonTools PRO, a geospatial-interoperability toolkit for .NET developers. The release includes support to the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) proposed standard for tile-based web mapping (WMTS) and the OpenStreetMap (OSM) tile service - providing free and open alternatives to services like Google Maps. In addition, the release adds new functionality to the powerful MultiMap control allowing developers to easily create and edit geometries directly on their mash-ups.
"Our latest release lets developers add a new generation of ‘SDI 2.0’ content interoperability to their .NET applications – as well as Bing Maps, Yahoo! Maps, KML, KMZ, GML, GMLsf, WMS, WFS, WCS, Filter Encoding, Catalog, OSGeo, ESRI Shapefiles, MapInfo, Autodesk and more," said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project.
The release also includes source code for key assemblies and full source code for the up-and-coming Gaia 3.4 geospatial viewer, making it possible for developers to create and deploy interoperable .NET applications in minutes. The Gaia 3.4 geospatial viewer application will be available later this summer at www.TheCarbonProject.com/gaia.php.
CarbonTools PRO is available under a per developer license that has no limits, royalties, restrictions or fees on deploying applications - ever.
For more information please contact Email Contact or visit www.carbontools.com.
About The Carbon Project
The Carbon Project is an innovative, high-energy software and technology company specializing in Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) applications and innovative geosocial solutions. The Carbon Project serves professionals, software developers, government agencies and businesses that develop mapping and real-time web solutions, or use geospatial data. Headquartered in Burlington, MA with offices in Virginia, The Carbon Project is a privately owned company backed by individual investors. For more information please visit www.TheCarbonProject.com.