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Integrate With Existing Infrastructures

Get the most out of your data by connecting Azimap with existing IT infrastructures. Synchronise your location data in real-time, integrate with existing processes and create a secure centralised database for all of your location data.

Connect External Data Layers

Connect data layers from an external database source and display them on a map without technical assistance. Once connected, configure your database to set the field which can be returned in search results and style the layer properties to ensure the appropriate visual representation of your spatial data.

Connect External Layers

Connect External Data Layers

Active Directory Sign In

Enterprise logins can provide access to Azimap within your organisation, utilising the same details used to access Windows machines or Windows products. This removes the requirement for editors to create additional logins, helping to maintain the integrity of your data and ensuring constant access to your maps and data held within Azimap.

Active Directory Sign In

PUBLISHING AND SHARING MAPS

Embed your maps on a website, create a link to share or add your map to another application using azimap's publishing tools. With the map publishing tools, editors can manage how and where their maps are shared, empowering administrators to retain full control of their data, presentation and availability.

Start Sharing Your Maps

PUBLISHING AND SHARING MAPS

SQL API

The Azimap API allows you to interact with your tables and data inside Azimap, as if you were running SQL statements against your normal database. The API can be used to define your database structure as well as the data that should be presented and visualised on your map. Additionally, you can also use the SQL Batch API, which supports a REST endpoint for long-running queries.

SQL API