[SatNews] Spatial Energy has plans to integrate Microsoft Corp.’s Bing Maps Map Control and MapPoint Web Service into Spatial on Demand(tm) – the world’s largest energy-specific online database. Spatial on Demand is an enterprise online platform used to store, access, query, and retrieve a company’s corporate geospatial data, as well as other energy-specific datasets. Sold as a subscription, Spatial on Demand provides easy access to vast archives of geospatial data from satellites, aerial photos, topographic maps, and DEMs, as well as the ability to store existing and newly collected data. Bing Maps datasets provide mapping and related web-based services, currently branded as the Virtual Earth Map Control and the MapPoint Web Service, for use in customer online service applications. Bing Maps provides ready-to-use, cartographically rendered and cached 2D and 3D map services, including worldwide orthographic aerial and satellite imagery, imagery overlaid with roads and labels, and street-level data for 67 countries/regions.