Do you use software for handling geographical data? Then the GIS formats are probably very familiar. Recognized as standards for encoding geographical data, the GIS (Geographical Information System) formats are associated with several mapping programs created by specialized government agencies (such as the United States Geological Survey or National Geospatial – Intelligence Agency) and developers of GIS software (including the Environmental Research Institute and others).
The GIS formats can store either vector or raster images, consisting mainly of detailed maps with geospatial data. To improve the accessibility and transfer options of GIS files, reaConverter can now help you convert them fast & easy to more suitable formats.