At the end of October we hosted the 2017 New Zealand Location Intelligence Forum in Wellington, alongside our partner Pitney Bowes.
The latest six monthly release of NationalMap™ is being rolled out as we speak and, while it boasts a number of reviews and updates to contextual and POI data; motorway junctions; and retail and shopping areas, the biggest and most notable additions are evident in the roads.
The latest release of NationalMap has now been rolled out and, as always, we're confident in saying that it's a good one!
Critchlow is proud to be a finalist for the e-Spatial Spatial Enablement Award at the 2016 New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards (NZSEA), announced at the NZSEA finalists breakfast this morning in Wellington.
With a whole lot of free map data apps and programmes available at the push of a button or the tap of a finger, it’s easy to turn your nose up at the offer of what seems to be the same thing but at a price. We get it. Map data that costs precious dollars is the big, contentious, lumbering elephant in a small room brimming with the latest, greatest, hippest developers throwing shiny, colourful free stuff at you.
With a bunch of benefits and value-adds woven through it, NationalMap offers Kiwi organisations the most detailed, precise, and complete mapping solution available in New Zealand.
The most recent release of NationalMap is currently being rolled out and we can confidently say that it’s a good one. Over the past six months, our data team have worked tirelessly to push out a number of changes and improvements that continue to make NationalMap a comprehensive, detailed, and invaluable solution for all your mapping and location-based needs.
How do you define urban, rural and remote?
Here’s a predicament you may know well: you deliver services right across New Zealand and charge for the privilege. The service delivery, that’s fine. But when it comes to the pricing of said delivery, that’s where things start getting a little murky.