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The premier street-level data product, offering accuracy and display quality that's unparalleled in the industry. StreetPro is Pitney Bowes MapInfo's own brand of high-end United States street products designed for users who need highly accurate and up-to-date street information to make mission critical decisions, create presentation quality maps, and perform highly accurate routing functions. StreetPro is available in two forms: StreetPro Display for professional looking, presentation quality maps and StreetPro with Enhanced Address Layer for mapping projects where addressing precision counts. StreetPro is the first data product on the market that combines street-level accuracy with Pitney Bowes MapInfo-quality display.

StreetPro Display is the only display product on the market created from Tele Atlas' exclusive Dynamap. StreetPro gives you the most current streets to ensure a real-world display and the graphic quality you need to illustrate and present your analysis. Street Pro Display is the ideal street data product for use in many mapping analyses, including large retail, fast food and distribution companies for targeted marketing, site selection and product profiling.

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StreetProTM Canada provides you with a street level mapping product with unparalleled display quality with the most up-to-date data. StreetPro Canada contains over 600,000 addressed street segments and has full attribution for all towns with a population of 2,000 or more.

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StreetPro Puerto Rico features the most up-to-date and complete coverage of Puerto Rican streets and landmarks available in the marketplace. While other companies simply repackage TIGER data, StreetPro's data source, Tele Atlas' Dynamap/2009 has added thousands of new address ranges and streets to deliver unparalleled geoccoding results in Puerto Rico

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TigerMetrix™, the premier street file products from DataMetrix™, provides great detail, with particular emphasis on major retail areas. The superior quality data is suitable for even the most sophisticated modeling applications. In many situations the data is supplemented by traffic count and support data collected while actually driving the street networks.

The TigerMetrix™ suite of products allow you to produce presentation-quality maps for on-screen display, publication or implementation on the Web. The files feature more than fifty layers optimized for smaller file sizes and faster drawing times.

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Tele Atlas® Dynamap® Display is a vector-based, digital, geographic database in
which streets and features are represented as line segments, polygons or points.
Tele Atlas® Dynamap® Display is optimized for display purposes. Drawing speed is of
primary importance.

This product’s extensive list of features is organized in logical layers. The layers are organized in this user guide by categories:

  • Highways, Streets, Railroads and Ferries
  • City Points
  • Water
  • Landmarks
  • Census
  • Postal
  • Product Design and Use:

  • Internet applications
  • Mapping applications
  • Graphic presentations
  • Any system where fast drawing speed is essential and extended layer attribution is not a major concern.
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    TrafficMetrix™ is compiled traffic information from thousands of municipalities, departments of transportation and local governments, then combined it with our own field-verified traffic data gathered from on-site surveys.
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    FreeWay DriveTime for US

    Freeway is a drive time generator which can be used to produce polygons representing the area which can be driven from a specified point within a specified amount of time under specific traffic conditions either one at a time or for an entire dBase table. It can also be used for point-to-point drive times between a single origin an single destination point. Finally, it can produce tables between a set of one or more origins and a set of one or more destinations.

    Freeway uses a precompiled grid environment that is a compressed representation of the Tiger street file system. A detailed grid (approximately 500 feet in size) is used for drive time up to 30 minutes while a generalized grid (approximately 1/2 mile in size) is used for larger drive times. It is possible to force Freeway to use a specific grid size for any particular problem.
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    FreeWay DriveTime for Canada

    Spatial Insights Freeway Drive Time for Canada application uses sophisticated spatial analysis technology to more accurately define trade areas based on travel time from a proposed site.

    Freeway can be used to produce:

    • Polygons representing the area which can be driven from a specified point within a specified amount of time under user specified traffic conditions.
    • Point-to-point drive times between a single origin and single destination point.
    • Tables of drive times between a set of one or more origins and a set of one or more destinations.

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    Pitney Bowes MapInfo DriveTime Module for US

    DriveTime provides a supplement to stand-alone mapping systems, integrated marketing systems, or vertical market applications in which distance is more appropriately expressed in terms of travel time. This method is preferred in many cases to standard straight-line, radius, and network distance calculations.

    DriveTime creates a polygon for the area that can be covered over the road network in a specified period of time, given certain traffic conditions. The polygon can then be used within a mapping environment or within a spatial retrieval engine to extract demographics, facility locations, traffic counts and other geographic data.
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    Pitney Bowes MapInfo DriveTime European Edition

    The leading solution for creating drive time catchment boundaries and routes (European Edition).

    Pitney Bowes MapInfo Drivetime® is the leading solution for organisations that need to understand, analyse and visualise catchments around existing or new locations to support planning decisions, deliver improved services or maintain competitive advantage. If you are analysing possible locations for a new store or distribution centre, planning a new housing estate, or wondering why a branch is underperforming, Pitney Bowes MapInfo Drivetime will help you find the answers.
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    2010 Census Blocks

    Census blocks are areas bounded on all sides by visible features, such as streets, roads, streams, and railroad tracks, and by invisible boundaries, such as city, town, township, and county limits, and short, imaginary extensions of streets and roads. Generally, census blocks are small in area. However, census blocks in sparsely settled areas may contain many square miles of territory.
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    2010 Block Groups

    A block group is a cluster of census blocks having the same first digit of their four-digit identifying numbers within a census tract. Block Groups generally contain between 600 and 3,000 people, with an optimum size of 1,500 people. Block Groups on American Indian reservations, off-reservation trust land, and special places must contain a minimum of 300 people.
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    2010 Census Tracts

    Census tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical subdivisions of a county or statistically equivalent entity delineated by local participants as part of he U.S. Census Bureau's Participant Statistical Areas program. The primary purpose of census tracts is to provide a stable set of geographic units for the presentation of decennial census data.

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