Geographic / Geopolitical
The Americas Open Geocode (AOG) is a public domain database providing geolocation and geopolitical data for the North and South American continent.
The database is comprised of data collected and combined from national, state, county and municipal public domain sources, data generated by
OpenGeoCode, and partnerships with businesses and institutional public domain sources.
There is a compelling need in the geolocation industry for a one stop source of all public domain geolocation data for point-of-interest (POI) of
administrative boundaries, zip codes, significant buildings and corresponding commercial and government enterprises in the US and Canada.
A public domain open gecode database will benefit business and third party application developers by providing a single source (one-stop) access to
all public domain geocoded data, use of the public domain data without restrictions, real-time querying and bulk caching of geocoded data, and creating derivative works.
See how our open source / open data projects can give you unprecedented access to geospatial data from international and national
databases around the globe. We've developed a database CSV data flattening technique for universal access and importation of geospatial
data. You now have universal access to import for your applications from national databases: US Census Buruea, US NGA Geonet Server,
CIA World Factbook, from international databases: ISO 3166 and ISO 639, UNGEGN, FAO, and foreign national databases:
UK PCGN, Canada SGC, and Estonia EKI.
April 13, 2012 - We are unveiling our new standard CSV Universal Data Exchange (CUDE) for flattening national and international
governmental and standards organization's geospatial database. This standard, and tools we will be rolling out will give
developers the most unprecedented and easy access to databases worldwide.
CUDE Standard, Version 1.04