Sometimes referred to as a spatial join on steroids, MapMerger transfers attributes from a rich map to a map with better geometry.
Example: A fire department would like to geocode their land base for rapid E911 response, but their data does not have sufficient address range coverage to enable this
application. Rather than switching to an entirely new data set and risk losing their legacy data, they use MapMerger to transfer road names and address ranges from an attribute
rich dataset to their land base, creating a dataset for rapid E911 response.
MapMerger users can create a map that is both beautiful and intelligent, combining the best geometry and attribution that the source maps have to offer.