Posts From July, 2016

Google Publishes National Trail on Street View

The North Downs National Trail is the first of the trails to be captured into Google’s Street View and other Trails will follow soon. Many of the country’s promoted routes and national trails are managed using CAMS and the extension of Street View beyond the road network is one of the reasons we have integrated Street View with the latest version of CAMS.

To see the North Downs Street View use the link below and then drag the Street View icon (yellow person) onto the blue line of the trail when it appears.

For more information on Street View in CAMS contact Simon Allen at

FREE CAMS Licences

We know many authorities want to make CAMS available to more users, but simply do not have the budgets to buy more licenses.

Our solution: For a limited period, additional CAMS Desktop Licenses are now free for the public sector.


See here for more information.

New CAMS Webinar programme

If you want to know how other authorities make best use of their CAMS then join our regular, free webinars.

Upcoming topics include: Making best use of volunteers, streamlining fault reporting, Adapting to changes in CON 29.

See here for more information.

If you click on the Subscribe to Calendar link each webinar will appear in your calendar e.g. MS Outlook.

CAMS Training

We still have a few places available on our highly-recommended CAMS Desktop training courses.

Some of the feedback we've had:

"Excellent trainer. Very knowledgeable and keen to help when needed.  Explained everything very well and is a very nice man.  Excellent."

"Fantastic course. Reinforced existing knowledge and learned many new, useful things."

See here for more information.

Contact your consultant if interested.

CAMS Mobile v4.1.7 release

In this release we see CAMS Mobile taking big steps forward. And while we were about it we took the opportunity to clear-up pretty much all of the remaining bugs. Further information can be found at here.

Contact your consultant for the free upgrade.

CAMS Desktop v7

Work has started on this ground-breaking version that will see CAMS working with QGIS an open-source GIS application with potential savings in expensive GIS licence costs. And because we are improving the way we handle spatial data, CAMS will be able to even better integrate with your CRM, web and other systems.

Release to selected clients this Summer. Roll-out in 2017. If interested contact your CAMS consultant for more information.

Find out more