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ImageLinks and CAE Forge Long-Term Agreement 06.09.2003

June 9, 2003
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ImageLinks will act as CAE’s preferred provider of imagery databases.

ImageLinks Inc. has entered into a long-term business relationship with CAE Inc. of Montreal, Canada, as CAE’s preferred provider of imagery databases. CAE selected ImageLinks based on its track record for consistently delivering quality TrueTerrain products, superior customer service and a detailed understanding of the Visual Simulation industry. Image Links creates TrueTerrain products by merging and mosaicking multi-source, multi-resolution satellite and aerial imagery on an elevation surface to provide realistic, geospecific terrain features.

CAE provides advanced simulation/controls equipment and integrated training solutions for customers in the civil aviation, military and marine markets worldwide. The Montreal-based international company looks forward to providing added value to customers using ImageLinks’ TrueTerrain visualization and simulation products.

“We’re excited about this long-term agreement with CAE,” says Tim Leary, ImageLinks’ Director of Business Development based in the Washington, D.C. office. “CAE has always had a great reputation for delivering realistic geo-textural databases; and with more and more quality imagery-based options available and more end-customers demanding true geospecific databases, we look forward to helping CAE build and deliver even more realistic databases.”

“ImageLinks’ understanding of our market and ability to source and process imagery from most aerial and satellite platforms is quite comforting,” says Jean-Claude Venneau, CAE Visual Systems Marketing Manager. “TrueTerrain product quality and ImageLinks’ ability to customize our products and solutions to best meet our needs clearly make ImageLinks a preferred long-term partner. CAE is looking forward to using ImageLinks imagery to create a world visual database and high-resolution areas around the world to support our civil and military customers.”

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