The IndianaMap is many things. It is a diverse and flexible system that provides access to geographic information about Indiana. It is a modern map viewer for a large community of users. The IndianaMap is a trustworthy source of geospatial data and services that provides users with both documented and authoritative information. It is an investment in Indiana.
The IndianaMap is also the largest publicly available collection of Indiana geographic information system (GIS) map data. It is made possible by an alliance of partners, including the Indiana Geographic Information Office, and others from federal, state, local organizations and agencies, and universities. With the IndianaMap you can:
• Access and use easy-to-use web maps and one or more of the 200-plus geographic data layers from a computer or mobile device
• Select from a gallery of predefined maps to view or customize
• Stream a map service
• Download free GIS data in ESRI or KML formats (at the end of the map services link)
• Review FGDC compliant metadata
• Learn about IndianaMap GIS projects, initiatives, and news
• Discover and explore and more…
IndianaMap Survey Results
The goals of the IndianaMap 2.0 will be to host and distribute statewide GIS data layers, including imagery, and other data deemed necessary and important by the GIS community.
This survey results will guide decisions for IndianaMap 2.0. Your input and suggestions will help the Indiana Geographic Information Office better understand the GIS community’s needs for IndianaMap 2.0 features and upcoming request for proposal (RFP) to support data hosting, tools and distribution.