TerraGo Publisher 5.6 embraces ArcGIS 10 and offers more GeoPDF map and Imagery enhancements

TerraGo Technologies, one of the world’s leading geospatial solutions providers, has released TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS version 5.6. What is TerraGo Publisher? What does it has to offer to GIS professionals? Read on for more.

TerraGo Publisher 5.6 embraces ArcGIS 10 and offers more GeoPDF map and Imagery enhancements

To some GIS professionals, TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS is one of their must-have third-party applications. It allows them to create portable and highly interactive GeoPDF maps and documents. If you are wondering what GeoPDF maps are all about, let me give you a quick knock in the head. GeoPDF maps are georeferenced PDF documents and users out there in the field can use GeoPDF maps to assist them in their work without the use of GIS applications.

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The new TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS version 5.6 offers some interesting enhancements. Among them:

  • ArcGIS 10-compatible.
  • It comes with Advanced Layer Control, allowing users to control the order of layers.
  • It supports ISO 32000 and OGC (Open Geospatial consortium) specifications, two of the most popular geospatial PDF publishing standards.
  • It also supports language localizations, meaning users can use it languages other than English.

Existing users can get upgrades by contacting support@terragotech.com. If you have never use TerraGo Publisher before, feel free to download its free trial version and see it for yourself.
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