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June 18th, 2008
Geospatial Holdings Unveils Tension/Calc3D™ Technology

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PR – Geospatial Holdings, Inc. today unveiled its patent pending Geospatial Tension/Calc3D Technology which utilizes the Companys proprietary Smart Probes along with custom designed software to quickly and accurately calculate bending radius, joint integrity and pulling tension data of underground conduit that is critical for the safe installation of high voltage underground transmission and distribution cabling.

Geospatial recognized the need for its Tension/Calc3D Technology during the completion by Geospatial of the mapping and interior geometry assessment of 17 miles of 8 inch diameter conduit on a recent high voltage electrical distribution project in Boston.

Mark A. Smith, Geospatials Chief Executive Officer stated, Geospatials Tension/Calc3D Technology provides critical information that allows electrical utilities to safely install underground new sophisticated transmission and distribution cable while minimizing the potential of damage to hi-tech cable insulations and coatings during installation.

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