As some may recall, we acquired a Location Intelligence company earlier this year, Transerve. Over the last months, the team has worked hard on rebranding their offering to MapInfo MapReveal.
MapInfo MapReveal is a SaaS-based GIS allowing you to upload data in various formats, visualize these datasets, analyze them, query them, and publish the resulting maps for consumption in the wider organization or public.
If you want to learn more about MapReveal, I suggest you sign up for the MapReveal Software community here on the Knowledge communities.
We want to make the integration between MapInfo Pro and MapReveal even better and that work is ongoing as I write this article. Having said that, I also want to show you how easily you can get your MapInfo data into MapReveal, style it, and publish it for wider consumption.
You are working with a wider team on analyzing vandalism in your council. You have created a MapInfo table with the amount of vandalism split across hexagons for a focus area. This shows you where there is a high amount of vandalism per 1000 addresses. Note the numbers are made up and have no connection to the real world.
And now, the layer looks very similar to the layer in your map in MapInfo Pro.
Learn more about MapInfo MarReveal via the MapReveal Product page and give it a spin by creating a free trial.