Boundary data provides the foundation for most mapping and GIS projects. You can choose from political, administrative, postal code, and parcel boundaries. Along with other data such as street network data or points of interest (POI), boundary data enables informed decision-making across many industries by providing geographic context for every location in the world. By aggregating them to specific geographic areas, it becomes possible to perform complex analyses on your data.
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Boundary files may include additional information such as the area within a boundary, its population, average income, or household composition. When used with a desktop mapping software solution, users can create thematic maps such as sales by ZIP code or population by Census Tract.
Boundaries can be associated with addresses with the PreciselyID, which is a unique identifier for address points. This makes it quick and easy to search for addresses to determine their location in a boundary hierarchy.
Precisely’s unique and persistent identifier for address points provides a powerful advantage for companies that want to harness location intelligence and need to do so with confidence.
PreciselyID eliminates ambiguity and guarantees a level of continuity and consistency over time in the relationship between addresses and geographic coordinates. It also ensures that the attributes related to a specific location are quickly and easily accessible without requiring significant processing time.
Exploit the geographic limits of census dissemination to perform land use and demographic studies, as well as social, economic, and market research.
Target your marketing and social media audience by location, and simplify property assessment.
Rely on updated ZIP Code tables listing all unique U.S. ZIP Codes boundaries and points to improve your geocoding.