Google Maps Engine provides a means to store geographic data and to layer that data on top of the Google base map. The data can consist of vector and/or raster (imagery) files. The API provides full functionality for uploading the data into Google Maps Engine, for processing and maintaining the data, and for associating the data with the Google Maps Engine components that interact with the Google map.
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The Google Maps Web Services Media Upload Java SDK interacts with the API to access media upload services. Requirements include Java 7 (or higher), Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) (or higher), and Google App Engine.
The Google Maps Web Services Go SDK provides mapping services. Requirements include Go 1.7 or later and a Google Maps API key. Each Google Maps Web Service request requires an API key or client ID. API keys are freely available with a Google Account at Google APIs Console.