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Mapstr

Your places, your world!

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Mapstr lets you keep track of all your favorite places around the world, tag them, and share them with who you want!

To remember your best spots (restaurants, bars, museums...), your friends recommendations, and to plan your next trip, download Mapstr and build the map of YOUR world!

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Sygic Maps

The world's first online maps designed for travelers

Sygic Maps displays places of interest directly on the map. Thanks to its integrated itinerary maker, you can build a day-by-day trip plan or just save interesting places for later. The website also features a travel guide for more than 10,000 destinations, photo galleries, 360° videos, hotel search, recommended tours and web route planner.

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Sygic Web Route Planner allows travellers to plan their route comfortably on computer and send it directly to GPS navigation mobile app
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Sygic has launched Sygic Maps, the first online map focused on traveling. Unlike other online maps, Sygic Maps displays places of interest directly on the map, making trip planning and navigation easier than ever. Thanks to its integrated itinerary maker, you can build a day-by-day trip plan or just save interesting places for later.
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Topic Graphs by SenseiHub

Science-Art. Gain insights, then hang it up!

We created topic graphs over the last month to solve a problem for ourselves. Like Google Trends, ​it shows you the top issues being discussed from hundreds of news or scholarly articles in your topic of interest. Unlike Google Trends, ​it shows you data when ​you dig deeper. It also updates you only when a better article is published.

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SenseiHub, through pop-up knowledge teams, makes the $60bn network of university research labs available as a resource to strategists to find new revenue opportunities at work. Pursuing new opportunities is challenging, putting them off is easier. Pop-up knowledge teams can help companies avoid that.
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