Bing Maps helps Seeingit.com save users from FOMO

Bing Maps helps Seeingit.com save users from FOMO

Seeingit.com is an interactive, self-serve publishing website empowering locals, businesses, and event coordinators to share info about community events and fun things to see and do. With its location-based capabilities powered by the Bing Maps Platform, Seeingit.com saves users from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) with maps.
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More Bird's Eye imagery has been released and static maps API support added!

More Bird's Eye imagery has been released and static maps API support added!

Since our blog post in July highlighting new Bird’s Eye imagery, we’ve released more of our high resolution oblique 45-degree angle aerial Bird’s Eye imagery and just want to make sure you’re aware of this continued imagery expansion. The recent release of new Bird’s Eye over the last few months represents approximately 50,000 square kilometers of new Bird’s Eye imagery spanning 70 cities in the United States.
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Sign up now! Bing Maps APIs Developer Webinar

Sign up now! Bing Maps APIs Developer Webinar

On September 24th, Grey Matter Licensing Specialists will team up with Microsoft Technical Program Managers to bring you a Bing Maps APIs webinar focusing on geospatial-intelligent insights and mapping logistics for your existing telematics or CRM solution, websites, and more.
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We’ve Released New Bird's Eye Imagery!

We’ve Released New Bird's Eye Imagery!

Bing Maps was one of the first mapping services on the web to offer oblique 45-degree angle aerial imagery, also known as Bird’s Eye. Bing Maps is still as committed as ever to offering fresh high-resolution satellite and aerial imagery. Over the last 12 months we’ve been busy releasing refreshed and expanded Bird’s Eye imagery and we want to make sure our customers and users are aware of the progress we’ve been making. In...
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MVP Spotlight – Ask Dr. Neil: An in depth Q&A about mixed reality, Bing Maps, touchscreen tech, and more

MVP Spotlight – Ask Dr. Neil: An in depth Q&A about mixed reality, Bing Maps, touchscreen tech, and more

Dr. Neil Roodyn, also known as Dr. Neil, has many titles – founder, consultant, trainer, Microsoft Regional Director, MVP and more. He has a wealth of knowledge and expertise when it comes to all things related to tech. As founder and director of tech company, nsquared, Dr. Neil has developed solutions that use shared screen technology to enrich interactions and Bing Maps has played a role in many of those projects. Below is Q&A with Dr....
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See the Road Ahead with Traffic Camera Images on Bing Maps

See the Road Ahead with Traffic Camera Images on Bing Maps

The Bing Maps Routing and Traffic Team is constantly working to make navigation and route planning easier! Hot on the heels of our previous announcement about traffic coloring, the Bing Maps team is proud to announce that we have made it possible for users to access traffic camera images along a planned driving route!
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Easily Choose Your Route with Bing Maps Traffic Coloring

Easily Choose Your Route with Bing Maps Traffic Coloring

There is an old saying that you don’t know where you are going until you get there. With Bing Maps new route coloring feature, you will know right away where the delays will be along your selected route so you can change your route, your plans or your destination based on the route ahead!
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Add Custom Styling and Sparkle with Map Style Sheet Editor

Add Custom Styling and Sparkle with Map Style Sheet Editor

Maps can be beautiful. The standard colors are nice, but sometimes you want to add your own flare or customize a map to match existing styles on your website or in your app. To do that, you can use Map Style Sheet Editor with the Bing Maps V8 Web Control and the Bing Maps REST services.
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