Laguna Hills, CA, October 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Spatial Wave, Inc has announced that the latest releases of its flagship products—Mapplet℠, Field Mapplet, Mapplet Analytic Tileboard (MAT) and MapLibrary are compatible with ESRI's latest version of ArcGIS 10.5.1™. New and existing customers on maintenance will receive the new release.
Mapplet, Spatial Wave's most advanced GIS viewer for viewing utility operational data and features capabilities to link to external data sources, uses the latest ArcGIS ™ technology for setup and configuration purposes. It utilizes ArcGIS Online™ base maps to enrich the experience of those using map services from the ArcGIS platform.
Field Mapplet is a premier mapping and GIS enabled-framework, designed to be an easy-to-use and implemented solution for optimizing utility workflows. ArcGIS Version 10.5.1 ™ is a core component of Field Mapplet and includes a map-centric user interface, which serves to centralize critical information between office and field workers. These new enhancements will in turn, continue to keep Field Mapplet as a leading-edge solution for streamlining daily workflow processes between crews, supervisors, and management.
Mapplet Analytic Tileboard (MAT), Spatial Wave's revolutionary and easily configurable dashboard—which displays data in an "at-a-glance" format utilizing time tiles, charts and maps—is also now compatible with ArcGIS 10.5.1. MapLibrary—which provides easy access and sharing of thematic maps, as-built drawings and other electronic documents that span multiple departments within an enterprise—is being further enhanced with support for displaying map services from ArcGIS Server 10.5.1™, as well as the ArcGIS Online platform, depending on the choice of users.
"We strive to keep our products updates with the latest technology updates offered from ESRI™," said Ali Diba, President of Spatial Wave. Through the use of many powerful components, Mapplet, Field Mapplet, MAT, and MapLibrary are ideal solutions for both utilities and local government agencies interested in developing GIS portals and maintaining geographic assets without additional programming. "These latest releases continue to build on the success of Spatial Wave's previous solutions with ease-of-use and functionality," said Ali Diba.