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ArcIMS 9.1 Route Server Now Available

ArcIMS 9.1 Route Server, the latest version of Esri's routing extension to ArcIMS, began shipping in September 2005. This new version is compatible with ArcIMS 9.1.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control uses ArcIMS Route Server in its Shelter Navigation system. This system makes it easy for the public to find shelters.

A key enhancement to ArcIMS Route Server is the ability to handle complex turn restrictions. Complex turns represent a series of two or more maneuvers that form a restriction on the network. For example, a situation in which a left turn is allowed but a left turn followed by a right turn is not allowed is a complex turn restriction.

ArcIMS Route Server offers the ability to incorporate point-to-point driving directions and fast, accurate routing into Web sites built with ArcIMS. It calculates optimal routes based on time and distance and accommodates multiple stops along a route. ArcIMS Route Server also allows users to geocode and reverse geocode against the same highly compressed, optimized national dataset.

To learn more about ArcIMS 9.1 Route Server, visit www.esri.com/routeserver. You can also call Esri at 1-800-447-9778, call your Esri regional office, or contact your local reseller. Outside the United States, contact your local Esri distributor.

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