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Monday, January 7th, 2008

Bushnell ONIX GPS Product Line to Use AccuTerra Maps provided by Intermap Technologies

PR – Intermap Technologies Corp. today announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, an agreement with Bushnell Outdoor Products that enables recreational enthusiasts to download AccuTerra™ outdoor map content for the new ONIX series of handheld GPS devices. Through this agreement, Bushnell customers will be able to access digital terrain data, roads, trails, and

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Geographic Technologies Wins Contracts

PR – Geographic Technologies Group® (GTG®) was selected for multiple software contracts including: The City of McKinney, Texas—purchased five (5) additional seats of LGmobile. The City of South Bend, Indiana—purchased one (1) seat of LGaddress for public administration. The City of Tyler, Texas—purchased 12 additional seats of LGmobile Community Connect. The Town of Smyrna, Tennessee—purchased four

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Infotech awarded new Catalist framework agreement

PR – Infotech Enterprises, the global software services company specialising in geospatial and IT solutions, today announced it has been selected by, the Government’s leading procurement services organisation for the UK, along with sixteen other leading service providers, to provide a broad remit of Geospatial Information Services and Solutions for public sector customers under

Monday, January 7th, 2008

GISCI Announces Mentoring Program for Students, Non-Traditional Students, and Young Professionals

PR – The GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) has created a mentoring program to link students and young professionals up with certified GIS professionals (GISPs). The program is the first of its kind linking certified GIS professionals up with future practitioners. GISCI continues its mission of promoting the GIS profession as a viable career path for

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Mapping Out a New Methodology to Study History

PR—Did poor farming practices cause the Dust Bowl in the 1930s? Was yeoman farming in colonial Concord, Massachusetts, environmentally unsound? What could Confederate general Robert E. Lee see at Gettysburg from where he stood? Historians and history students can consider these intriguing questions and others using geographic information system (GIS) technology, said Anne Kelly Knowles, editor of

Saturday, January 5th, 2008

Javad GNSS Announces Appointment for New Machine Control and GIS Division

PR – avad GNSS has appointed Zdenko (Kuzo) Kurtovic, former CEO of GeoAstor & Swissat, as VP of Machine Control & GIS, a new Division of Javad GNSS. Kurtovic has 20 years of experience in the surveying industry, and for the past 17 years has been the CEO of Swiss-based GeoAstor and Swissat. Javad GNSS

Friday, January 4th, 2008

RMSI Ranks Near Top in the NASSCOM “Exciting Companies to Work For” Survey

PR — Talented and contented employees of RMSI have again vaulted the company amongst the top employers in the enormous Indian IT industry. NASSCOM, the chamber of commerce and “voice” of the IT software and services industry in India, recently issued a survey ranking of the “Top 15 Exciting Emerging Companies to Work For.” RMSI

Friday, January 4th, 2008

InterCall Announces Partnership With Climate Action to Promote Green Benefits of Conferencing

PR — InterCall, the world’s largest conferencing provider, is now a Platinum sponsor of Climate Action, a joint development of Sustainable Development International and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) promoting environmentally-responsible business.

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Hundreds of Canadians Witness Success of Online Mapping Demonstration

PR – The Carbon Project announces that its CarbonArc and Gaia software has successfully supported the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI) Interoperability Pilot, most recently at a November 30 online demonstration attended by over 500 people from across Canada. An overview of the demonstration, including online videos of CarbonArc and Gaia, is available at

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

The City of Evanston, Illinois Selects Geographic Technologies

PR — Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that the City of Evanston, Illinois has procured five (5) seats of LGcrimes from GTG’s LG GIS software suite. LGcrimes is an affordable and easy-to-use crime reporting, mapping, and analysis software application designed for towns, cities, and counties of all sizes and complexities.  LGcrimes aids in the