Reverse geocoding is the process of pin-pointing a physical address from a latitude and longitude GPS location. Street addresses with suburbs, cities and postcodes are human readable whereas long, high precision lat/long point location digits are difficult to read without a pin on a map.
Addy's bulk reverse geocoding service allows you to turn a large list of coordinate points from a CSV spreadsheet into the nearest, readable street addresses. The distance in metres (kilometre decimals) between the GPS coordinates and the physical addresses are included with every successful point to address conversion.
Fast- turn thousands of lat/long coordinates into addresses
Verified- geocoded addresses are matched against authoritative NZ Post and LINZ datasets
Standardised- address results are in the same consistent format
Enhanced- new metadata such as postal codes, suburbs, cities and Stats NZ Census metadata will be added too
Deduplicated- using the Addy ID or NZ Post DPID you can uniquely identify addresses for duplication detection
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