Robust street-level data for mapping, analysis, routing, and geocoding
Precisely Streets is comprised of multi-sourced, topologically correct datasets for over 200 countries and territories around the world. Products include fully attributed vector datasets with street, address, transportation, land use, water feature, and points of interest information. Multi-scale basemaps are designed to interact with these vector datasets for detailed geographic analysis.
Streets, roads, and highways are provided in a classified hierarchy for clarity and consistency. Simplified chained networks accelerate map rendering for display purposes and more efficient workflows.
Detailed, interactive, editable, and searchable, Precisely Streets data is designed for use right out of the box with relevant and accessible content. Frequent updates keep datasets fresh and ready to use for highly accurate, detailed analytics.
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Supplied in industry-recognized file formats for quick and painless integration within desktop and enterprise environments, Precisely Streets datasets allow you to fully realize the benefits of location intelligence as part of your integrated business processes. You can get actionable insights faster by streamlining installation across states, countries and continents with a global installer.
Precisely Streets datasets organize, simplify, and derive key attributes and content from multiple sources to provide the right content in the right format for your organizational needs.
Precisely Streets provides vital information for decision-making for multiple industries, including insurance, telecommunications, retail, financial services, and more.
Street network data and basemaps provide integral insight into logistics planning, asset management, risk mitigation, fraud analysis, customer research, retail planning, and emergency preparedness.
Perform fraud and risk analysis by locating customers, incidents, and areas of risk, and revealing geographic relationships.
Analyze and plan access to telecommunications networks, emergency services, and public transportation.
Create retail catchment zones by understanding how far customers can drive in a set amount of time, as well as relative traffic levels throughout the day.