One world,
many connections

is a highly scalable database platform and set of APIs (Application Programming Interface) that solves the traditional challenge of sourcing and updating third-party mapping data.

theMapCloud gives you access to over 300 up-to-date third-party datasets, showing features like environmental constraints, historic features and forestry.

Plug theMapCloud directly into your applications or use it to drive new services you create that leverage location intelligence. theMapCloud is a highly scalable database platform and set of APIs (Application Programming Interface) that solves the traditional challenge of sourcing and updating third-party mapping data.

The web service for mapping data
Access theMapCloud via standard web services and connect straight to your web mapping or desktop GIS application. Or use our APIs to build your own data-driven services.

  • disseminate high-quality map and addressing data to staff and stakeholders
  • no need to store, update and maintain base mapping data in-house
  • fuel your innovation by using our up-to-date location data to create new services

Built for business on Amazon Web Services
theMapCloud lives on the AWS infrastructure. AWS is architected to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment. The combination of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) are your assurance of world-class flexibility, reliability and performance from your location data, whatever your end application, user numbers or peak loads.

and our clients

Using theMapCloud for hosting, sharing and publishing the extensive catalogue of UK digital map datasets, the British Library and UK Legal Deposit Libraries now have peace of mind on the preservation of digital map assets and an intuitive web viewer that together will scale with the rapidly expanding catalogue of datasets across the globe.

Client Successes

Millar & Bryce and thinkWhere

Galbraith transforms efficiency with groundMapper

Balfour Beatty and groundMapper

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