SeaZone Launches Free Web-Embeddable Map Widgets

SeaDiscovery.com
Monday, August 12, 2013
Photo: SeaZone

Marine geospatial data provider SeaZone has created a series of map widgets to embed into web pages, available free of charge. By embedding the map widgets into a web page, the user has instant access to SeaZone’s worldwide marine mapping.

Data is available to purchase through one-click online purchasing, and is made available to download almost immediately.

Keiran Millard, manager, SeaZone, said, “Our map widgets are windows into our online store. They save time and increase convenience by enabling users to instantly browse our worldwide marine mapping data from within their own environment. They are fully customizable to the choice of product and location.  Additionaly, users can be confident they are seeing the latest and most up-to-date mapping data available from SeaZone.”

Widgets are available for SeaZone’s online vector mapping products; SeaZone HydroSpatial Global, SeaZone HydroSpatial Base and SeaZone HydroSpatial One. These can be downloaded through the SeaZone map shop, www.SeaZoneDirect.com

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