“These new files cover urban areas, county lines and names, and city boundaries,” the company stated. “They also include files accessible by Probe that contain new state boundary data, county subdivisions and several other similar area distinctions, such as metropolitan divisions and statistical locations.”
The files are the latest released by the U.S. Census. TIGER stands for topologically integrated geographic encoding and referencing.
The RF communications software company will demonstrate the 2020 area data during two Zoom webinars April 12. Click here to register.
In its statement announcing the webinars, V-Soft also said it will not be attending the NAB Show due to health and safety reasons, instead offering travel and lodging discounts to those who purchase its programs.