Explorer is a data and country independent geocoding engine built by SRC
Explorer is a data and country independent geocoding engine built by SRC, a developer of geographic business intelligence software. Explorer assigns latitude and longitude coordinates to any United States street address or intersection. Developers can load digital address coding guides and under an LGPL license use/develop with the Explorer software library. Using Explorer, business leaders and developers will provide their organizations with immediate, revenue generating opportunities via a content neutral environment and leverage geocoding technology for a wide variety of business applications. With the Explorer download, you can also obtain the Census Bureau's TIGER address coding guide.
released on 25 April 2006
24 April 2006
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 April 2006.
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