Frost & Sullivan has named TerraGo Technologies a notable market participant in its recently released “Analysis of the U.S. Defense Geospatial Market” report.
TerraGo Technologies has released its new TerraGo Mobile for AndroidTM solution, as well as updated versions of its widely deployed TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS, TerraGo Composer for Adobe Acrobat and TerraGo Toolbar offerings to facilitate advanced geospatial collaboration with anyone, anywhere in online or disconnected environments.
TerraGo Technologies, a provider of widely adopted geospatial collaboration software solutions, has expanded its global partner network with the addition of a reseller in Russia to meet growing demands and better serve customers in the region.
T-Kartor AB is featuring TerraGo GeoPDF maps and imagery as part of a demonstration of its advanced mapping capabilities in support of North Sea maritime safety and integrated coastal zone management and planning.
TerraGo Technologies, an innovative provider of widely adopted geospatial collaboration software, and GeoEye, a source of geospatial information and insight, have formed a partnership to increase the access and application of digital imagery. This innovative partnership enables GeoEye to offer TerraGo’s GeoPDF production capabilities in the next version of its EyeQ online access platform. Demonstrations of this capability will be exhibited at the GEOINT Symposium, held Oct. 17-19 in San Antonio, in GeoEye booth 413 and TerraGo booth 567.
Marine Ecological Surveys (MES) provides authoritative and expert advice to both the public and private sectors to help understand the impact of major industrial and construction activity on marine environments. To make the sharing of this information as straight forward as possible MES has purchased Publisher for ArcGIS to allow them to create GeoPDF files.
Hitachi Solutions, as part of its effort to assist in the reconstruction following the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, has donated a TerraGo GeoPDF map atlas to the central Japanese government, disaster response headquarters and local governments.