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  • Focus on your Business with an integrated Business Cloud Focus on your Business with an integrated Business Cloud Icon
    Focus on your Business with an integrated Business Cloud Icon

    Reliable & Secure Business Phone Systems

    • No contracts, no cancellation fees, over 40 features
    • 99.999% financially backed uptime SLA
    • Free, expert support, certified by J.D. Power
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    The JUMP Pilot Project

    OpenJUMP is a community driven fork of JUMP the "Java Unified Mapping Platform" GIS software. The original JUMP was developed by Vivid Solutions, released under GPL2 in 2003 and discontinued in 2006. During 2004 already some enthusiastic developers joined together to enhance further the features of JUMP. They launched an independent development branch called OpenJUMP. The name gives credit to the original JUMP development, and at the same time describes the objectives of this project to be fully open to anyone wanting to contribute. These days OpenJUMP is developed and maintained by (some few) volunteers around the globe. If you need functionality or even better want to contribute you are very welcome to contact us at our mailing list.

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    NavIt

    Modular, touch screen friendly navigation system with GPS tracking, realtime routing engine and support for various vector map formats. Works on a wide range of devices, from computers to smartphones.

  • Geocatalogo - Metadata

    GeoCatalogo, SRW, search and Retrieve Geographical Metadata. Jface, swt, Eclipse Forms to catalog iso19115 compliant metadata.

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