The Geospatial Web (pronunciation: 'gēō-spãy-shee-ăl wěb') or Geoweb are computer networks which pair geographic (e.g. two-dimensional maps) or geospatial (e.g. three-dimensional pictures) underlay systems with Geotag overlay systems for the purpose of connecting users with other network locations. Today's free and popular Geobrowsers are examples of simple Geoweb service implementations. Complex Geoweb services provide users access to applications and files, within the context of specific physical locations on earth.The concept of a Geospatial Web may have first been introduced by Dr.