Orbit GT Mobile Mapping supports earthmine

Lokeren, Belgium, November 14th, 2012. Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies is pleased to announce that it has realized support for Earthmine’s panoramic imagery in its Asset Inventory Management software portfolio for Mobile Mapping. The high quality panoramic imagery produced by the Earthmine mobile mapping system can now be fully exploited within Orbit’s portfolio, including display, overlay, measure, inventory management, publishing, GIS and CAD integrations and more.

“We are excited to announce support for earthmine in the Orbit AIM portfolio”, says Peter Bonne, VP Business Development of Orbit GT. “Our goal to support all mobile mapping systems hereby takes another big step forwards, opening access to earthmine data for all our customers, and bringing the Orbit tools to all earthmine users.”

"earthmine is excited to expand the possibilities for delivering 3D street level imagery with Orbit," says Anthony Fassero, co-CEO of earthmine inc. "Orbit’s AIM3 integration provides our partners with even more options to deliver fully integrated GIS solutions to end users." Orbit GT will be showcasing next week at the earthmine seminars hosted by Slagboom & Peeters in The Netherlands.

About Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies

Orbit Geospatial Technologies (Orbit GT) is located in Lokeren, Belgium. Privately owned, Orbit GT has developed high level and multi-platform GIS solutions gaining market leadership in government, public safety and mapping industry businesses.

About earthmine

earthmine, Inc. is a world leader in 3D street level imagery delivering a full end to end solution from 3D mobile mapping systems, automated data processing pipelines, cloud based hosting services and server software, to desktop software, client side developer tools and direct integration with leading GIS software. earthmine has 30 partners across the Americas, Europe, Australia and the Asia/Pacific regions, providing market and customer specific solutions in conjunction with earthmine technology. earthmine technology is being used in local search, mobile, mapping, GIS, safety, and security markets worldwide in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, France, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Saudi Arabia, as well as other countries around the world. For more information, visit www.earthmine.com or follow earthmine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/earthmine.

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