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Maponics School, Metro and Hospital Boundaries Released in Q2

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In addition to delivering regularly scheduled updates to existing products, Maponics introduced three new products this quarter.

Maponics Metro Boundariesoffers map boundaries of the top metropolitan areas across the U.S. and Canada, providing expanded visualization, search and analytic utility for Maponics Communities™ customers. These densely populated locations are comprised of cities, towns and rural areas that are socio-economically linked to urban centers. They include urban areas in which population concentration is greater than 50,000 and population density is greater than 1,000 people per square mile. Maponics Metro Boundaries is also being offered as an added benefit to current Neighborhood product subscribers at no extra charge.

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Maponics School Ground Boundaries™ offers map boundaries of public school locations, with more than 24,000 high schools targeted in 2015, to provide accurate geofence reference points for use in public safety as well as social and anonymous messaging applications. The product offers extensive linkage with Maponics Context GreatSchools, NCES IDs and other Maponics products, allowing users to get information about school rankings and performance, demographics and how the school relates to nearby and surrounding neighborhoods.

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Maponics Hospital Boundaries™ provides data and attributes for more than 4,900 acute and emergency care hospitals and VA medical centers in the U.S. and over 600 emergency care facilities in Canada. Maponics Hospital Boundaries is the only offering of its kind on the market, providing data on egress points and other important details for emergency responders, a better search experience for real estate buyers and the improved ability to set geofences around hospital locations for precision targeting and notification messaging.

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