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Surdex to Use Digital Mapping Camera to Build Complete Digital Image Environment

September 7, 2005
Intergraph Corporation announced Surdex Corporation, a U.S. mapping firm, has selected Intergraph's Z/I Imaging DMC digital mapping camera to streamline its aerial mapping operations, establishing a complete digital image environment. Leveraging the DMC's fully digital workflow, Surdex will more quickly and accurately provide small- to large-scale digital images to customers. The DMC digital acquisition and production process will shorten the delivery time of data, and increase the quality of digital imagery products, enabling Surdex customers to integrate the information quicker, and expand the use of geospatial products.

Surdex has provided mapping data to clients for more than 50 years, and the purchase of the DMC is a strategic move to meet new customer objectives.

About Surdex Corporation
Headquartered in the St. Louis, Missouri area, Surdex Corporation has supplied geospatial data and services for more than 50 years to customers in every state in the country. The company offers photogrammetric and LIDAR mapping as well as GIS services to a broad range of commercial, engineering, local government, state, federal, defense and defense mapping customers. Surdex has a long history of successfully integrating and developing new technology and processes to achieve the highest levels of performance, quality and cost-effectiveness. In 2005 alone, the company is providing imagery and geospatial products covering over 570,000 square miles.

Source: Intergraph, Aug. 30, 2005

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