El Segundo, Calif.-- Geosemble Technologies Inc., a leader in the automatic integration of text and maps with aerial imagery, announced that it has joined the Google Enterprise Partner program and will integrate its GeoXray geospatial knowledge integration product with Google Earth Enterprise, which allows organizations to build their own private globes that can be easily explored by employees using Google Earth technology.

As part of the partnership, Geosemble will integrate the GeoXray application and the GeoXray import utility toolkit into Google Earth. As a result, customers using Google Earth Enterprise together with GeoXray will be able to see dynamic information associated with the places of interest or areas being viewed on the globe. Geosemble’s unique, patented technology will draw from a variety of text-based sources such as news, blogs and Twitter so that users can see and understand dynamic activity associated with specific geographic points and areas. In addition, by using the GeoXray import utility, users can easily view internet content -- or relevant data from internal sources -- associated with their own points of interest and other Google Earth Enterprise data layers.

“By integrating GeoXray into Google Earth and Google Earth Enterprise we can literally bring a world of knowledge to enterprise users,” said Andre Doumitt, CEO, Geosemble Technologies. “How users leverage that knowledge will vary, but the system benefits users in online publishing, law enforcement, government and military users and providers of maps and imagery.”

"This partnership gives our customers a way to bring additional dynamic content into their Google Earth Enterprise globes," said Dylan Lorimer, Product Manager for Google Earth Enterprise. “Dynamic content can provide valuable context for a range of Google Earth applications, such as disaster response or law enforcement. We are pleased to welcome Geosemble as a Google Enterprise Partner.”


About Geosemble Technologies, Inc.
Geosemble Technologies provides dynamic content for aerial imagery and maps. Content can include maps, imagery, news, events, databases, business intelligence and other data. Founded in 2004 as a spin-off from the University of Southern California, the company does business with a range of U.S. Federal Government agencies, as well as municipalities and commercial enterprises. For more information please visit
www.geosemble.com