Wednesday, February 18, 2009

TerraGo Software to Embrace Proposed ISO 32000 Geospatial Extensions

TerraGo Technologies, a leading provider of geospatial collaboration software solutions, announced today enhancements to its products that add support for the proposed geospatial extensions to ISO 32000. In related news, the specification for TerraGo’s original GeoPDF was recently approved by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) as an OGC Best Practice. By adding support for the ISO 32000 extension, TerraGo customers can now create GeoPDFs that adhere to either specification.

“In keeping with our strategy, we are committed to giving our customers the ability to compose geospatial applications that leverage all types of geo-located information across their enterprise, no matter what the source or publication method,” said Rick Cobb, president and CEO of TerraGo Technologies. “With more than 700 organizations currently using our software to build libraries of geo-enabled PDF files that can be extended across TerraGo’s mobile, desktop and web environments, we remain focused on adding value to our customers’ GIS investments.”

The enhancements made to the TerraGo suite of software solutions, including the ability to read, write and roundtrip all geo-referenced PDF files, will be generally available this March. TerraGo software solutions enable geospatial collaboration for enterprises that rely on maps, images and other location-based information to make better decisions, respond faster and be more productive.


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