Do you need maps on your web or in your mobile application?
We take care of the infrastructure so you can concentrate on your business.
Mapbox SDK, native MVT clients
Leaflet, OpenLayers, XYZ
WMTS for QGIS or ArcGIS
Thumbnails and print output
It is easy to embed our maps, load vector or raster tiles via web services, open and print in GIS software (such as QGIS or ArcGIS). You can easily use the maps in Android and iOS mobile apps, in games using Unity or embedded systems powered by QT and more.
The core of our map hosting are vector tiles and carefully processed geographical data. We turn them into reliable and beautiful map layers which can be used in your own maps and products.
The system is powered by OpenMapTiles, project developed with love by the maintainers and contributors of this project. Our maps are made from open-data and with open-source software.
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|Default vector map style
Basic, Bright, Positron, Dark Matter
Streets, Satellite hybrid
Contours, Hillshading, Satellite
|Standard styles as raster tiles (XYZ)
Default and premium styles
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|SLA (99.9% availability)||1||1|
Soft limit for request per month
One visitor ~ 50 requests
|100 thousand||10 million||10 million||10 million||unlimited|
|Price per month (yearly)||Free||40 USD||99 USD||199 USD||Contact us|
We operate and maintain the high-available server infrastructure for very fast and reliable hosting of your maps.
The map tiles are cached and served from our CDN with over 110 edge servers (POPs) on 5 continents. Minimal latency is ensured by selecting the geographically closest server to the visitor by IP anycast service based on the actual user location.
There are two fully redundant and automatically replicated core data centers in Western Europe and North America serving the map data. Each datacenter can run the map tile service independently, but usually, they are operated simultaneously and the traffic is split between them with geographic preference.
In both datacenters, we deploy a high-availability setup, with load-balancer actively triggering health checks and setting up failover to additional machines. The infrastructure is scalable - additional machines are launched to handle increased traffic and peaks.