The msys file extension is related to the MapSys GIS software. The msys file stores map.

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MSYS file extension - MapSys map file

What is msys file? How to open msys files?

File type specification:

GIS, GPS navigation and map file type icon GIS, GPS navigation and map file type

 The msys file extension is associated with the MapSys an application for Microsoft Windows operating system that is used to create digital maps developed by Geotop.

The msys file stores map data.

The default software associated to msys file type:

MapSys picture or screenshot

MapSys  Microsoft Windows software

Company or developer:

MapSys Cadastral GIS offers specialized functionality for each stage of processing including the digital map creation, plotting cadastral and topographical plans, generating and combining geo-referenced data in order to obtain a validated relational geo-database.

Help how to open MSYS files:

Use MapSys to open msys files.

How to convert file with extension MSYS:

Special GIS converter exist and may help users to transfer or transform their maps and other navigation data between programs or devices.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to convert GIS, GPS or map files

List of recommended software applications associated to the .msys file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, macOS, Linux etc.) and possible program actions
that can be done with the file
: like open msys file, edit msys file, convert msys file, view msys file, play msys file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in's database).

  • View msys file

msys file viewer - programs that view msys file - MapSys map file

Click on the link to get more information about MapSys for view msys file action.

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