Geospatial Holdings, Inc. is spotlighted in an article on Wired.com titled, “Pentagon-Backed Venture Aims for ‘Google Underground’”.
PITTSBURGH, PA – Geospatial Holdings,
Inc. (OTCBB: GSPH), a developer and producer of technologies and services for
managing underground pipeline assets, is spotlighted in an article on Wired.com
titled, “Pentagon-Backed Venture Aims for ‘Google Underground’”.
Wired writer Katie Drummond reports “Just
last month, the Pentagon’s risk-taking research arm, DARPA, announced plans for
a program called ‘Transparent Earth’. They’re spending $4 million this year on
preliminary plans for a digital, 3D map that would display “the physical,
chemical and dynamic properties of the earth down to 5 kilometer depth.”
Drummond points out that Geospatial Corporation is already doing this. She
notes, “the company’s growing library of data has
caught the military’s eye. The Pentagon has already contracted Geospatial to
create 3D maps of the deep earth beneath their ‘critical facilities.’ The data
would be useful in case of terrorist attack, natural disaster, or, of course, a
power outage or sewage leak.”
Drummond continues, “Little surprise, then,
that homeland security firms are also interested. Geospatial announced a
partnership today with Ridge Global, a firm founded by former Secretary of
Homeland Security Tom Ridge, which “provides strategic and operational services
that advance the security and economic interests of businesses and governments
The story can be found in the “Danger Room:
What’s Next in National Security” section of the Wired.com website, at:
Geospatial Holdings, Inc., a Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania-based company, through its wholly owned subsidiaries across the
U.S., is a solutions provider for the
underground infrastructure industry. Using proven mapping and locating systems
technologies, we successfully and accurately map XYZ centerline coordinates and
create three-dimensional maps and Geographic Information System (GIS) databases.
Geospatial is the exclusive provider of innovative, proprietary technologies and
services throughout North America, South America and Australia.
As the number of underground systems
increases and the need for replacing aging subsurface infrastructure continues,
it is critical to identify the specific location of the utilities and conduits
to assist in modifications, upgrades, retrofits, and replacements. Our precision
technology gives our clients in the oil and gas, electric, municipal services
(water and sewer), telecommunications, electrical transmission, GIS and
Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) markets fast, cost-effective solutions,
which minimize disruptions while enhancing customer satisfaction. We also offer
solutions and technology to industry service providers including engineers,
consultants and constructors regarding critical infrastructure issues.
For more information on Geospatial, go towww.geospatialholdings.com.
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Geospatial Featured on Wired.com
March 12, 2010