Friday, June 27, 2008

Open Layers Map

Open Layers provides a web-based Javascript front-end for mapping. There are no licensing restrictions and it can easily connect to a variety of web services including USGS Topos/Aerial Photos, Microsoft Virtual Earth, and Google Maps. You just paste your javascript code in any webpage and you've got a nice web map.

Here's an example (after loading the page, click on the right side + to view USGS topos):

1 comment:

Andy said...

Hey guys - We're working on a new series of ArcGIS Server layers and applications for the Southeast Watershed Forum here at UT-Chattanooga. You can access our services via the add data connection in arcmap by connecting to the following ArcGIS Server:

Server layers are located in the SEWF folder.

Let me know if you have any questions

Andy Carroll