See the Bing Maps Platform in Action
Find the business map examples for your industry below or just browse around. You’ll see how leading brands and organizations use the Bing Maps Platform to innovate, grow, connect with customers, and increase their business insight.
- Financial Services
- Hospitality & Travel
- Media & Entertainment
- Oil & Gas / Utilities
- Public Sector
- Real Estate
Using Bing Maps, Bank of America customers can search for ATM or banking center locations offering the services they prefer, at a time that fits their schedule.
On the American Family Insurance site, visitors can find nearby agents and get driving directions, displayed on a Bing map.
VISA is connecting customers with services more effectively, using a Bing Maps ATM and branch locator.
Through Bing Maps pushpin mapping, Chase customizes connections to its branches, showing customers details like driving directions by zip code, and days and hours of operation.
Pelican Racing uses Bing Maps for live tracking of sailing fleets, allowing anyone worldwide to follow a boat's course and speed, view current weather conditions, and watch the crew perform.
Marriott created a search filter with Bing Maps, so customers can narrow down hotel choices in an area by selecting the hotel features they care about.
The Caravan Club, which provides caravan services and activities for one million customers in the U.K. and Ireland, recently implemented a route-planning tool on its site using the Bing Maps Platform.
eContent.Maps is a real-time mapping platform using Bing Maps with the AJAX and
German travelers can research and plan their vacation, including booking hotels and finding hiking trails.
On its Web site, RAC provides UK travel and traffic services that incorporate Bing maps, text and audio travel information, and traffic camera images. There's also an online route planner available.
Hotel Reservation Service (HRS) customers can search for hotels around the world to be displayed on a Bing map. They can narrow searches by facilities, services, and more.
Active Hotels, one of Europe's leading online hotel reservations providers, deployed Bing Maps on its Web site to help customers make informed decisions when selecting accommodations.
Using Bing Maps, hotel.info customers can see a range of realistic location information before making a decision about the perfect place to stay.
Customers can find the Toyota dealer closest to them, get driving directions, and determine which services and features the dealer offers using the Bing Maps application.
Ford uses the store locator and travel directions services of Bing Maps to create a richer online customer experience and drive more traffic to its dealerships.
Finnish newspaper publisher Sanoma News uses Bing Maps to help users search for local news stories, explore a local directory, and post travel advice.
A leading family history Web site in the U.K., Genes Reunited integrated Bing Maps to improve users’ search for ancestors—and boosted its visitors by 55 percent.
The British Broadcasting Corporation published an interactive Olympic map powered by Bing Maps. Users could browse for events and locations using icons.
On Italian publisher Leditore’s online version of its monthly motorcycle magazine, EuroMoto, motorcyclists can review tour routes and maps created by other enthusiasts, using Bing Maps technology.
After Hurricane Katrina, BP developed a hurricane management system that combines weather data with Bing Maps imagery and maps to help managers visualize assets.
The utility company that powers New York City informs customers about outage locations and information using a Bing map on its Storm Central site.
Customers of this Canadian electricity provider can view power outage location and information, including number of customers affected and cause, on a Bing map.
Utility customers in the D.C. area can visit Pepco’s online StormCenter, featuring a Bing map, and view outage locations and customers affected.
Powering parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas, the energy company Entergy uses Bing Maps in applications such as its storm center and outage maps features.
Economic Development Corporation
With Bing Maps, the Arlington Economic Development site allows users to visualize detailed data about principal buildings in the area, and to search by property name and location.
The Cherwell District Council uses Bing Maps innovative mapping technology to help its analysts target public services for the areas and citizens in greatest need.
For faster response to inquiries about their disbursements, the Washington State Department of Commerce created the online Money Tracker tool. The self-service site, built on the Bing Maps platform, provides highly visual and interactive data reporting to all constituents.
Pioneered by London Borough of Lewisham, LoveCleanStreets is a free online portal for citizens to notify authorities of graffiti, vandalism, and similar offenses for rapid cleanup. This award-winning site is built on Bing Maps for Enterprise technology.
The Stoke-on-Trent health services Primary Care Trust (PCT) applies Bing Maps technology to improve healthcare access and efficiencies for nearly 300,000 citizens in this UK municipality.
Miami311, is the City of Miami’s public-facing solution for their citizens to make, monitor and analyze requests for public services. This open government transparency solution is powered by the Windows Azure™ hosted HeyGov! service.
MapMyClimate is a new interactive portal in Denmark that uses the Bing Maps Silverlight Control to help people better understand the effect of their individual behavior on the environment and climate.
The Scottish Government is using a Bing Maps Silverlight interface to visualize its Index of Multiple Deprivation data, identifying and ranking deprived geographies across Scotland.
The European Environment Agency created Eye on Earth, an interactive Web feature that uses Bing Maps Silverlight Control to display air and water quality data, along with citizens’ comments.
Using Bing Maps and Silverlight technologies, Diabetes Australia created a powerful location intelligence solution that gives political analysts and researchers insight into geographic correlations with diabetes.
TNRIS uses Bing Maps to provide easy access to geospatial data that supports emergency management in the state.
The Maritime Administration created a data visualization system using Bing Maps to provide a single geographic view of complex information across multiple roles, locations, and UIs.
The Seattle Department of Transportation uses Bing Maps on its Travelers Information Web site, which provides users with near real-time data on traffic conditions for major streets and highways in Seattle.
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health uses Bing Maps to help service providers and those in need to search for services and facilities nearest them.
The state of Virginia transportation agency used Bing Maps to build a Web site that features point-to-point routing, so users can select from different routing options, zoom in on locations, learn about road and weather conditions, and more.
The Kansas agency chose Bing Maps to replace previous maps with a browser-friendly solution, which also now shows highly detailed maps of many remote, rural areas, as well as traffic incidents, snow and ice conditions, and more.
Houston TranStar, a consortium of four government agencies, uses Bing Maps to display its near real-time traffic map, which overlays data about average speed, traffic incidents, road closures, cameras, and message signs.
The Ohio Department of Transportation’s site provides information from such sources as pavement sensors, monitoring stations, traffic cameras, and data input by ODOT personnel. The site’s clean interface helps drivers plan trips more easily.
The City of Seattle uses Bing Maps to show neighborhood residents dozens of types of nearby amenities, including public art, libraries, farmers' markets—even protected Heritage Trees.
The International Telecommunication Union, an agency of the United Nations, uses Bing Maps to track deployment of telecommunications projects across Africa.
The United States Air Force uses the Bing Maps mapping technology to easily map recruiting offices. Users can query by location as well as type of Air Force position.
Using the Trip Planner's Bing Maps interface, customers can search and explore points of interest and get precise routing directions before heading out the door.
The Environmental Protection Agency has a consumer-friendly resource powered by Bing Maps. Users can access environmental data associated with sites across the country.
Coldwell Banker Commercial is using the dynamic bird's eye view and three-dimensional viewing options of Bing Maps, along with superior aerial images.
On Propertywide, users can view all properties on interactive maps, powered by Bing. These maps are customisable by adding key points of interests, such as schools and transportation links.
With Bing Maps, Foreclosure.com offers users a simpler interface, more compelling experience, and advanced mapping features. This site allows 6.5 million monthly visitors to search 1.8 million distressed residential property listings.
Teranet provides property information services. To make finding information easier, it used Bing Maps to integrate its land ownership data with mapping functionality.
Using Bing Maps, Foxtons offers property seekers interactive maps with step-by-step directions, access to aerial imagery, and views of local schools and transportation.
NovaLoca, a Web-based real estate company, created a site using Bing Maps where prospective buyers can find property details and local area information for commercial properties.
RE/MAX Ontario integrates Bing Maps to make finding properties by type, price, and location easy and more efficient.
John L. Scott uses Bing Maps aerial views and mapping technology to create a high-definition home search that yields a high volume of site visits.
Cyberhomes.com delivers an unprecedented user experience with the help of rich imagery and data layering capabilities from Bing Maps.
Coldwell Banker boosted its home search map feature use by 300 percent with its innovative approach to mapping, including immersive views showing the surrounding amenities.
Industrial real-estate developer CenterPoint used Bing Maps to plot properties on a map and overlay the images with data, allowing quick property assessment and increased productivity.
LoopNet is an online commercial real estate marketplace. After choosing Bing Maps, the company reported a 33-percent increase in the number of properties viewed daily.
FedEx delivers richer online customer experiences using integrated mapping and location data with Bing Maps.
Microsoft Partner Habanero Consulting worked with Boston Pizza to incorporate Bing Maps on its Web site, so customers can easily find the nearest of the restaurant’s 325 Canadian locations.
The Body Shop International uses Bing Maps for its global store locator, which embeds an engaging Body Shop video into its search results for each store.
Nordstrom integrates Bing Maps into its Web site to deliver a rich experience, providing store locations, hours, in-store events, and driving directions.