Geospatial Holdings Announces New Infrastructure Blog
PITTSBURGH, PA -- Geospatial Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: GSPH) announced today the introduction of the Company’s Geospatial Infrastructure Blog at geospatialholdings.blogspot.com/.
Mark Smith, Geospatial’s Chairman and CEO stated, “Our Infrastructure Blog will share technology developments and facilitate discussions on events driving the Underground Infrastructure Industry toward more efficient operation and expansion. We will attempt to discuss how new technologies, processes and business relationships will provide future value to all infrastructure stakeholders.”
About Geospatial Holdings, Inc.
Geospatial Holdings, Inc. through its wholly-owned subsidiary Geospatial Mapping Systems, Inc., doing business as Geospatial Corporation, utilizes proprietary technologies to determine the accurate location and position of underground pipelines, conduits and other underground infrastructure data allowing Geospatial to create accurate three-dimensional (3D) digital maps and models of all underground infrastructure. Our website is www.GeospatialCorporation.com.
GeoUnderground, the company's powerful geographic information system (GIS) database enables users to view and utilize this 3D pipeline mapping information securely from any desktop, laptop or PDA such as a Blackberry or an iPhone. GeoUnderground seamlessly integrates with all known technologies gathering above-ground geo-referenced digital information and all standard GIS databases. Licensed users, for the first time, have available to them a suite of technologies allowing them to collect data and create highly accurate 3D maps and models of both above-ground and belowground infrastructure and view and share this invaluable information in a secure manner with their peers and associates anywhere in the world through a conventional browser via the internet. Geospatial provides proprietary data acquisition technologies which accurately locate and map underground and above ground infrastructure assets such as pipelines and surface features via its GeoUnderground web-based portal. Additional information can be found at the following link: www.geospatialcorporation.com/flashTutorial.html