Through its SMART program (Spatial Mapping Academic Research Tools), DMTI Spatial (Desktop Mapping Technologies Inc.) allows Canadian academic institutions to obtain geo-localized data gathered from more than 7,000 Canadian sources. Data can be useful for many fields including economics, business, engineering, transport, environment, etc.
CanMap Address Points provide the geographical coordinates for individual street addresses for all of Canada. One can learn the land use and obtain geographical representations defining the physical location of addresses.
Enhanced points of interest (EPOI) is a national database including over 1.6 million Canadian business listings, places of interest, and recreational destinations in Canada. One can analyze data in a specific geographical area to study tourism and trade.
CanMap Route Logistics includes major roads, major waterways, local streets, exit points, national parks, address ranges, buildings, floor area, land use, boundaries of the Forward Sortation Area (FSA), speed limits, bridges, and tunnels. Also includes CanMap Street Files. Consult the DMTI brochure for details.
CanMap Parks: Contains data on over 1,600 provincial, territorial, and national parks and more than 14,000 recreation areas across Canada.
CanMap Water: Shows the detailed hydrographic network covering Canada and includes more than a million lakes, rivers, and streams.
Clutter data and DEMs: Clutter data are classified according to the natural or man-made features that could reduce the radio frequencies propagation by reflection, diffraction, absorption or diffusion.
GeoPinpoint Suite: Software that adds explicit coordinates to data by address geocoding. This provides for assigning latitude and longitude coordinates to facility maps for addresses visualization, analysis, or software using location data.
The Platinum Postal Code Suite provides 6-digit postal code boundaries, full information on points of calls with delivery mode (e.g., postman route), and data for forward sortation areas with precision down to the neighborhood level.