Retrieve the latitude and longitude of your own points of interest to position them on a map.
Geocoding & Reverse Geocoding
Real-time Geocoding: locate an address and format it correctly
Need to position a postal address on a map or retrieve the positions of your addresses?
Get the exact latitude and longitude of a city, a postcode or a full or partial address, along with its level of accuracy, or retrieve a human-readable address from a latitude and longitude.
You can also retrieve formatted addresses and, in addition, the component parts of an address to fill in your form’s dedicated fields, all in real time.
Woosmap sources the best address data providers (Royal Mail, BAN France) which take the specificities of addresses in these countries into account.
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Enterprise licences allow caching of latitude and longitude values for 30 consecutive calendar days
400 million addresses in over 243 countries and territories.
Hundreds of millions of geocoding requests with response times between 10 and 100 ms.
What is Reverse Geocoding?
Reverse Geocoding convert a latitude and longitude to address.
It’s the opposite of Geocoding wich converts address data to latitude and longitude coordinates which can be calculated, compared and mapped.
What is Geocoding?
Geocoding converts address data to Lat Long coordinates.
Geocoding is something which we use all the time when accessing mapping services.
When opening a map application or accessing a visual representation of a location with the “blue dot”, this process is called geocoding.
Whether there’s a full or partial address, geocoding can recognise anything.
How can I optimise geocoding results?
You can use filters by country or language to get more relevant results.
Use the “language” setting to limit the number of results or filter by country (alpha 2/alpha 3 codes are available) to restrict your results to specific areas.