Avenza Systems is pleased to release the new Geographic Imager 3.0 Beta to the public.
Participation in this beta program benefits you and your organization by providing early access to a pre-release version of Geographic Imager and allows you to contribute to the process of ensuring that the final release is as robust and functional as possible. It will give you the opportunity to use new features, report potential bugs and suggest software improvements that may be incorporated into the final product or considered for a future update. Interested users must register for the beta by completing the beta NDA.
Toronto, ON, November 24, 2009 - Avenza Systems Inc., producers of MAPublisher cartographic software for Adobe Illustrator and Geographic Imager spatial tools for Adobe Photoshop is pleased to announce the release of MAPublisher 8.2 for Adobe Illustrator. MAPublisher 8.2 is the latest version of this powerful mapmaking software used to produce high quality maps from GIS data for both print and electronic distribution and now offers support for both creating geospatial PDF files from within Adobe Creative Suite and importing GIS map data directly from ESRI geodatabases.
MAPublisher 8.2 for Adobe Illustrator is a full product upgrade that is free of charge to all current MAPublisher Maintenance Program subscribers and replaces the current shipping version of MAPublisher, version 8.1, for all new customers using Adobe Illustrator CS3 and/or CS4.
Toronto, ON, November 24, 2009 - Avenza Systems Inc., producers of MAPublisher cartographic software for Adobe Illustrator and Geographic Imager® spatial tools for Adobe Photoshop® is pleased to announce that the latest release of MAPublisher, version 8.2, provides MAPublisher and Adobe Illustrator users with geospatial PDF export capability, allowing users to create spatially accurate PDF documents, complete with the full map attribute schema which may be queried and searched, and upon which true distances can be measured within Adobe Acrobat.
Geospatial PDF export functionality is included as a standard feature with the new MAPublisher 8.2 release, the latest version of this powerful mapmaking software used to produce high quality maps from GIS data, and will offer complete support for the Adobe geospatial PDF specification which was released with Acrobat 9 along with an advanced attribute feature set.
Toronto, ON, November 24, 2009 - Avenza Systems Inc., producers of MAPublisher cartographic software for Adobe Illustrator and Geographic Imager® spatial tools for Adobe Photoshop® is pleased to announce that the latest release of MAPublisher, version 8.2, supports the direct import of GIS data to Adobe Illustrator from ESRI geodatabases.
The MAPublisher 8.2 spatial database importer supports direct import of GIS data from ESRI Personal Geodatabases (.mdb), ESRI File Geodatabases (.gdb), and ESRI ArcSDE servers and supports the following feature types: point, line, polygon, Bezier curve and annotations (text). The MAPublisher Spatial Database importer also allows for SQL queries and spatial filters to be executed upon import. Spatial database import functionality is available for Windows only as an optional add-on to MAPublisher 8.2. Some spatial database importers require the presence of a valid ArcGIS license.
Toronto, ON, October 20, 2009 - Avenza Systems Inc., producers of MAPublisher and MAPublisher LabelPro cartographic software for Adobe Illustrator, Geographic Imager spatial imaging tools for Adobe Photoshop as well as MAPdataUSA, MAPdataCanada and MAPdataWorld royalty-free GIS data sets is pleased to announce that GrafCAD of Istanbul, Turkey has been appointed to distribute and resell Avenza products in Turkey.
"As a reseller of Adobe products in Turkey, we have been following Avenza’s MAPublisher and Geographic Imager products for years and we recognize their great value to mapping professionals and cartographers.” said Adem Özay, General Manager of GrafCAD. “We know that there is great potential in Turkey and we look forward to working with Avenza to realize this opportunity”, he added.