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LatitudeZERO

LatitudeZERO is a free FileMaker Developer Tool that lets you calculate distances between latitude and longitude coordinates right from within FileMaker.

So what can you do with LatitudeZERO?

  • Calculate the distance between ZIP / postal codes – (requires geocoded data)
  • Calculate the distance between coordinates – (anywhere in the world)
  • Show a list of customers within a certain radius
  • Show the closest sales rep to minimise travel time
  • and more …

So what exactly is LatitudeZERO?

LatitudeZERO is a set of FileMaker custom functions that you can easily incorporate into your own FileMaker solutions. The custom functions let you do a number of tasks such as calculate distances between two coordinates, determine if a coordinate is within or outside of a certain radius, convert distances to miles, kilometres or nautical miles, calculate the bearing between two points.

Want to calculate distances using Google Maps?

If you want to calculate distances and travel time using Google Maps you can with our GetDistance tool. Check it out here: GetDistance – Calculate Distance and Travel Time Using Google Maps API in FileMaker

Download it now – its free!

ZIP / postal code data

LatitudeZERO does not come with any ZIP / postal geocoded data. You will need to source your own data provider. Your best bet will be to contact your local postal service provider – they should be able to point you in the right direction.

In Australia, Australia Post sell such data and can be purchased here: Australian Geocoded Postcodes

Requirements

LatitudeZERO works with FileMaker Pro 12 or greater. In order to add the Custom Functions to your own FileMaker solutions, you will need FileMaker Pro Advanced..

Support

LatitudeZERO is provided ‘as is’ free of charge, therefore we do not provide free support for the product. If you need assistance, please note that it will be a paid consultation. To arrange a consultation, please contact us.

License

LatitudeZERO is licensed under a MIT License. Basically, you can do what ever you like with it. There are no restrictions whatsoever.

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