Oklahoma joins California, Florida, Hawaii, and Mississippi as full States available thus far as part of the Company's NEXTMap® USA countrywide mapping program
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
DENVER (October 14, 2008) Intermap Technologies a leading worldwide 3D digital mapping company today announced that high resolution digital elevation models for the entire state of Oklahoma are commercially available. The Company has fully processed Oklahoma as part of its extraordinary NEXTMap® USA countrywide 3D digital mapping program. The company-funded initiative to collect and deliver approximately 8 million km2 of data across the contiguous United States and Hawaii will continue to offer county and statewide data as it is processed throughout 2008, with final completion scheduled for the end of 2009.
“Never before has a commercial enterprise attempted to collect and process uniformly accurate 3D elevation data for an entire country of this size,” said Brian Bullock, Intermap's president and CEO. “The size and geographic diversity of the U.S. makes it all the more challenging. Our highly reliable data has already enabled a variety of geospatial applications, such as route selection, cell tower placement, wind turbine site selection, resource management, and flood modeling, to name just a few. In fact, any application that relies on high-quality and consistent elevation data is an ideal candidate for our fit-to-purpose elevation models and imagery.”
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