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Using Google Maps with data integration from other DDA components.
Use integrated with DDA or as standalone application (ProximityOne GMaps).
Available by subscription.
WebMaps uses the Google Maps service. Users of this feature are bound to the terms of this Google service:
Use of WebMaps does not include any license fee that you might possibly be required to pay to Google.
Type of usage of the Google Maps service determine if fee needs to be paid to Google.
•Interface data from other DDA operations into Google maps.
•Different map modes available: default road map, satellite view, hybrid view and terrain
•Extra map information can be displayed: Bicycle View, Panoramio (pictures of interest) information, Traffic information
•StreetView can be selected
•Position markers may be added to the maps, including default Google balloon markers and custom image markers.
•Moving over a marker can display a hint with the marker title information
•Extensive configuration options over the different Google maps controls are available: MapType control, OverViewMap control, Pan control, Scale control, StreetView control and Zoom control.
•Image files can be created of the displayed map. Images can be saved in different formats: .BMP, .JPG or .PNG
•Different mouse and keyboard options to enable/disable: mouse or keyboard panning, mouse or keyboard zoom, mouse wheel scrolling
•WebMapGeocoding helper component to facilitate conversions between address and longitude/latitude coordinates