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Susan Smith has worked as an editor and writer in the technology industry for over 16 years. As an editor she has been responsible for the launch of a number of technology trade publications, both in print and online. Currently, Susan is the Editor of GISCafe and AECCafe, as well as those sites’ … More »

GeoEye and TerraGo Team Up to Offer Spatial Imagery on the Go

 
October 10th, 2011 by Susan Smith

According to Frost & Sullivan analyst Daniel Longfield: “The explosion in the collection of advanced imagery and other spatial data and its consumption by non-GIS experts necessitates solutions to make data-rich intelligence more conveniently available and actionable by the broader enterprise and in the field.”

In mid-September geospatial companies GeoEye and TerraGo entered into a partnership to increase the access of their content to their broad community of users.

GeoEye has developed an access platform called EyeQ that allows them to stream out imagery through web services and their web interface. One of the early customers for that technology was the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA). “The service makes all the imagery we collect on behalf of the NGA available online to be used by commanders, warfighters, and any user from the federal government that needs for that content,” said Tony Frazier, GeoEye senior vice president of Marketing. “We noted that many users in the community need to be able to take that content on the go and also collaborate through lightweight mobile tools. TerraGo is really a market leader in that space. We licensed technology from TerraGo to enable users to download our imagery in a GeoPDF format.”

GeoEye references both the work to extend their GeoIQ access platform to enable users to take that imagery on the go with a GeoPDF while at the same time collaborating on value added use cases where they can push value added products out to that same format. They are going to demonstrate at GEOINT how the right imagery can find users rather than the users always having to go looking for it.

On the TerraGo side, about 1,000 production customers create GeoPDF mapbooks, maps and imagery but there are about at least 10,000 organizations around the world who consume GeoPDF, that’s evidenced by the TerraGo toolbar. “The GeoPDF is generic, in the Adobe environment as well so that number could be low,” noted Richard Cobb, president and CEO for TerraGo. “If you look at that user population of consumers, the 10,000 organizations are largely in areas other than defense and intelligence which would be crisis management and response. Numerable vertical industries could leverage imagery with the Terrago platform.”

“The whole idea of portability and mobility of spatial data imagery is the hardest problem,” Cobb said. “It’s big and complex and cumbersome. It’s going to take some work to crack that code.” The average size of a single file of high resolution imagery – a single image strip – a unit measure of what GeoEye would collect on a pass — could be upwards of 8 Gb of storage and requirement, and so part of the value of being able to have this online is being able to pick what product you want rather than downloading the whole thing.

“That solved part of the problem which is to find content you really care about,” said Cobb. “Another challenge is it’s still big data. One of the benefits of GeoPDF is you can take large files and compress them down into a format where people who don’t have access to great communications infrastructure can get access to great quality content and take it on the go. We’ve seen some examples of products that would be more than 200 Mb in size get compressed to 100th of that using GeoPDF.”

Downloads of the US Geological Survey’s (USGS) quadrangle maps increased from an average of 4,000 per month to nearly 150,000 per month following the introduction of TerraGo’s GeoPDF technology and software, which at the time was in the form of Topo Quads, 11 ½ min quads. These were offered at the USGS store online as geotiffs. In the past two or three years the National Map Program of the USGS has been creating the U.S. Topo that currently has eight layers of data that includes hydro information, one meter NAIP imagery,topo maps for elevation, and newly added vegetation maps. They have quickly gone from zero to 127,000 US topo downloads of GeoPDF. This technology is fast replacing the previous Topo Quads.

Mobile users can now take robust imagery that has been recently gathered and apply it to situational awareness and navigation, and also use it as a basis for collaboration – to collect data that can then be shared using tools and technologies like TerraGo Mobile. “This addresses the challenges of limited bandwidth and the desire for people to collaborate more effectively in the field,” said Cobb. “We believe we’re going to be able to reach not only new users in our existing base but new industries and really expand the penetration of GeoEye imagery dramatically.”

GeoEye has a system in production using their EyeQ technology to power different installations. “The installation we’ve deployed for the U.S. government under the NAIP Program runs in the cloud, and any government user/employee can request access to that system to be able to access imagery on demand. One of our team members that focuses on the state and local government and has been doing quite a bit of work with disaster response,” said Frazier. “Several years ago you couldn’t collect, process and disseminate imagery in enough time to be of use for a first responder. During the recent hurricane Irene that hit the East Coast, one colleague said the customer went from a request to having imagery in their hands within three hours. Being able to collect that content and stream it out – once it’s in a format like GeoPDF– then you can easily distribute it to many people. It allows everyone to have a common operating picture to what’s occurred on the ground.”

With the acquisition of the analytics firm SPADAC, GeoEye can now take not only imagery but other forms of geospatial data, analyzing information and discovering patterns to predict where new events may occur.

“We have tremendous imagery collection assets and we can really capture with our resolution and accuracy a precise view,” said Frazier. “But the adoption is going to be driven by how quickly you can get it into people’s hands, and so investments in enabling technology are a big part of our strategy.”

As more people demand access on mobile devices, TerraGo is stepping up to the plate to offer TerraGo mobile collaboration software to both Android and iOS in the Q4 2011 and Q1 2012 respectively. In the past twelve months, they have released TerraGo on Microsoft Windows Mobile.

“We see definite demand in core markets from working in defense and intelligence who were not traditionally interested in commercial mobile technology,” Frazier pointed out. “That has changed in the last year fairly dramatically. In other markets we serve, the Android and iOS platforms are fairly dominant.”

GeoPDF is a platform for collaboration and the GeoPDF imagery itself is a container that can be merged with other data such as vector data. You can put live services inside of GeoPDF. Cobb said that with intelligent imagery in GeoEye’s EyeQ platform, a GeoPDF can have smart services embedded in it that can act when there is connectivity. With connectivity the services inside the GeoPDF can do “just about anything,” including update itself with local weather, with content from different sources, or newer content during a rapidly moving crisis for example. GeoPDF is a collaboration platform that can be used when you have no connectivity or limited bandwidth also.

Frazier said that three-quarters of GeoEye’s business today is focused on imagery, the balance is producing other types of value added products. “We built over 3,000 3D airport products,” Frazier said. “We look at the exterior imagery of an airport, and we’re able to extract features or vectors that allow us to build a map accurate representation of both the airport itself as well as surrounding elevation and obstructions that can be helped to facilitate safe flight navigation. That’s a value added product we can distribute using this mechanism.”

Not only is GeoPDF compact, portable and sharable, it has an interactive capability as well which may include redlines, markups stamps or embedding your own pictures from handhelds or uploading Power Point presentations.

Top of the News

DigitalGlobe and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. jointly announced they successfully completed the Critical Design Review (CDR) for DigitalGlobe’s next generation remote-sensing satellite, WorldView-3. The successful CDR was completed in late August and keeps WorldView-3 on schedule for a planned launch in the middle of 2014. WorldView-3 will expand DigitalGlobe’s orbiting constellation to four remote-sensing satellites, all of which were manufactured by Ball Aerospace.

Acquisitions/Agreements/Alliances

Intermap announced that it has received a $6.2 million contract to provide digital elevation data and orthorectified radar imagery from its NEXTMap database.

The data will be used by the client for geospatial related applications. Under the terms of the agreement, Intermap will begin delivering the data during the first quarter of 2012.

PennWell Corporation, a diversified global media and information company, announced that it has acquired the assets of eMarket Software, Inc., a Fort Worth, Texas company offering mapping products and services to energy industry. Financial terms of the sale were not disclosed.

PCI Geomatics, a world leading developer of geo-imaging software and systems, announces that it has appointed Lotus (H&R) as its exclusive distributor for Taiwan.

Lotus will represent PCI for the distribution of Geomatica, GeoImaging Tools, and the GeoImaging Accelerator (GXL) technology. With the growing demand for Geoinfomation products, Lotus (H&R) is committed to providing the world’s highest-resolution imagery and geospatial solutions. Products provided by Lotus (H&R) help individuals and businesses make decisions on a daily basis that allow them to maintain their competitive edge. Industry focus areas for Lotus include government agencies, educational facilities, as well as private companies who require geospatial products and solutions.

Announcements

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and EuroGeographics recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to promote interoperability through open standards to benefit the European geospatial community. The two organisations both seek to promote compatible, standards-based Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) from the local to global level, and the OGC is positioned to help EuroGeographics support a broad range of European stakeholders responding to Europe’s INSPIRE Directive.

CoreLogic reported that the current residential shadow inventory as of July 2011 declined slightly to 1.6 million units, representing a supply of 5 months. This is down from 1.9 million units, a supply of 6 months, from a year ago, and follows a decline from April 2011 when shadow inventory stood at 1.7 million units. The moderate decline in shadow inventory is being driven by a pace of new delinquencies that is slower than the disposition pace of distressed assets.

CoreLogic estimates the current stock of properties in the shadow inventory, also known as pending supply, by calculating the number of distressed properties not currently listed on multiple listing services (MLSs) that are seriously delinquent (90 days or more), in foreclosure and real estate owned (REO) by lenders. Transition rates of “delinquency to foreclosure” and “foreclosure to REO” are used to identify the currently distressed non-listed properties most likely to become REO properties. Properties that are not yet delinquent but may become delinquent in the future are not included in the estimate of the current shadow inventory. Shadow inventory is typically not included in the official metrics of unsold inventory.

In recognition of FEMA’s National Preparedness Month in September, Avineon, Inc. and Florida State University (FSU) announce the establishment of a center of excellence to promote process reliance in the emergency and disaster management profession for public and private enterprises.

The process center of excellence (PCOE) mission is to research, develop, and promote the utilization of metrics and business processes in the emergency and disaster management profession. The initial focus is on defining pragmatic and reusable models for measuring emergency preparedness. Future efforts will center around development of macro and micro process templates covering pre-event, mid-event, and post-event activities. The models and templates will be tailored and ready for use by federal or state government agencies, local governments, hospitals, universities, and international agencies.

New Products

TomTom announces the availability of its latest map and enhancement product portfolio, delivering new coverage and features. With the addition of 400,000 kilometers across the globe, TomTom’s navigable map database is the first to reach 35.2 million kilometers of roads, covering 104 countries and a record 3.4 billion people worldwide.

ERDAS proudly announces the release of ECW for ArcGIS Server, version 11.0.2. This product provides a means for ArcGIS Server to deliver data in the ERDAS-patented Enhanced Compression Wavelet (ECW) format to clients via OGC-compliant Web Coverage Service (WCS) and Web Map Service (WMS).

Based on technology originally provided in ERDAS ECW/JP2 SDK version 4.2, ECW for ArcGIS Server enables ArcGIS Server to support ECW imagery, providing the fastest decompression available.

In concert with the release of the English version of the geomarketing solution RegioGraph, a new online platform has been created where current and prospective customers can access details on the software’s applications, user reports and downloads.

The English version of RegioGraph 2011 will be available as of the beginning of October. The geomarketing software RegioGraph allows users to carry out detailed visualizations and evaluations of company and market data directly on digital maps. This provides objective insight into data trends and relationships that would otherwise not be apparent.

TatukGIS value added partner, TatukGIS Consulting, has redesigned and released the affordable Forestry GIS (FGIS) plugin to the TatukGIS Editor product, which extends the features of the TatukGIS Editor with a simple, easy-to-use, and customizable suite of tools aimed at making forestry and land management professionals’ jobs easier.

FGIS can be used to update Acres (or any shape measurement) values for all polygons in a vector layer or display the Acreage (or any shape measurement) for all selected shapes in the view. FGIS has tools for easily creating polygons that share coincident boundaries. FGIS can be used to generate a random or systematic sample of points (cruise points) within a given polygon area or search for a given Township, Range, and Section. With FGIS you can easily input a traverse description into a point layer. Other features include calculation of the best route between two points in a road network and plotting the current GPS location on a map in real-time.

Ubisense introduced Transit Yard Manager for Rails, a real-time location system (RTLS) that automates yard operations and improves efficiencies and productivity. By precisely locating rolling-stock in both indoor and outdoor areas, operators gain an unprecedented level of visibility into workflow which helps to improve all areas of rail yard operations.

Bentley Systems, Incorporated announced that Westernport Water, a utility in the state of Victoria, Australia, is using Bentley’s WaterGEMS water distribution modeling software, integrated with Open Spatial’s geographic information system (GIS) and Control Microsystems’ supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA), to cost-effectively operate and manage more than $43 million in water assets. The SCADA system allows field-measured data to be brought directly into WaterGEMS using the modeling software’s SCADAConnect and Darwin Calibrator modules. The SCADAConnect technology with real-time updates will save Westernport Water approximately $80,000 in calibration costs. Prior to deploying this system, Westernport Water annually engaged the services of external contractors to manually upgrade and calibrate the water model.

Trimble announced the release of eCognition 8.7, a new version of its advanced software suite designed to extract information from a range of geospatial data including images, point clouds and Geographic Information System (GIS) vectors. The software suite enables aerial imaging companies, geospatial data providers, scientists and end users to integrate and analyze earth observation and remote sensing data to generate accurate GIS-ready information.

Trimble introduced a new version of its terrestrial mobile mapping office software—Trimble Trident Analyst 4.7. The software is designed to effectively manage and interpret high-resolution digital images and large point clouds, and automatically extract features from Trimble’s MX Mobile Mapping and Survey systems. These capabilities allow land mobile data to be transformed into geospatial intelligence.

Tri-Global Technologies, LLC, introduced Tri-Global UtiliDroid for Android smartphones. UtiliDroid allows field technicians equipped with portable Android devices to easily document utility mark-outs.

Tri-Global developed UtiliDroid with integrated spatial technologies that enable Bluetooth connectivity with third-party electromagnetic utility locators so the user can record critical utility-locate information documenting the depth of the asset, its geographic location and time/date of the mapping. Wireless Google KML/KMZ data transmission can be established between office and field, allowing managers to view field mapping progress within the Google Earth or Google Maps environment.

Around the Web

GISCafe Today Blog

India launches “world’s cheapest” tablet computer
October 6, 2011, Reuters

The World Mourns Steve Jobs October 6, 2011, Reuters

Events

Next Geodesy and Photogrammetry Course starts
Date: September 17 – December 17, 2011
Place: USA
A new course is available in the form of a series of 14 three-hour modules.  

This course takes place in the Denver area (TBD).

Time: 9am to 12 noon.

ArcGIS: Introduction Series
Date: October 6 – 27, 2011
Place: New Brunswick, NJ USA
Test out your GIS knowledge and skill with hands-on GIS software application! With a focus on layout and core functionality, this 12-hour evening course offers an overview of ArcGIS components, basic display and map querying functions, metadata browsing and file management, basic analysis techniques, and map layout. Increase your software proficiency with practical, in-class exercises! 

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Esri Electric and Gas User Conference
Date: October 9 – 12, 2011
Place: Columbia
SC USA
The Esri Electric and Gas User Conference is your chance to see cutting-edge utility best practices, glean solutions from GIS experts, and discuss your biggest challenges with your most capable peers.
The World GIS Summit 2011
Date: October 10 – 15, 2011
Place: Istanbul
Turkey
Today as all of you aware of that Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are big challenges in all aspects of the geo-information progression, from data assembly, analysis and dissemination. It plays great roles in allowing governments, local communities, non-government organizations, the commercial sector, the academic community and common people to make progress in addressing many of the worlds most pressing problems. GIS technologies have ability to support human lifetime in a better way. But failures are still exist. Is GIS really being used well and changed our social, economic and cultural creations and future of our world so far? So we have to think globally about GIS for our common life, common world and common future…
Ozri 2011
Date: October 12 – 14, 2011
Place: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Melbourne, Australia
The key themes of Ozri 2011 – connect, build, optimise – draw attention to the growing role of location in today’s world and the new challenges faced by GIS professionals in meeting their organisation’s requirements for location-based information. 2011 will be the 25th anniversary of Ozri.
Plan4all Final Conference
Date: October 13, 2011
Place: Diamant Congress Centre
Boulevard A. Reyers 80, Brussels, Belgium
The Plan4all project should contribute to the standardisation in the field of spatial data from spatial planning point of view. Its activities and results will become a reference material for INSPIRE initiative; especially for data specification. The final conference portrays the achievements of Plan4all including presentations on INSPIRE, Urban Atlas and GMES, Land Use implementation, challenges of land use management as well as geoportals as a European vision.
2011 Georgia URISA Workshop
Date: October 13 – 14, 2011
Place: Unicoi State Park and Lodge
Helen, GA USA
Each workshop is an 8-hour session held from 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. with appropriate breaks at mid-morning, lunch and mid-afternoon. Snacks are provided at breaks however Meals are the responsibility of the attendee. For the two workshops offered on October 13th, registrants must choose only one workshop to attend. The Thursday (10/13) workshops offer (0.2) points toward GISCI certification. 

Time: 8:30 a.m-4:30 p.m

GEOINT 2011 Symposium
Date: October 16 – 19, 2011
Place: 200 East Market Street
San Antonio Texas, USA
GEOINT 2011 Symposium, the nation’s largest intelligence event, takes place Oct. 16-19, 2011, in San Antonio, Texas. Get complete details and register today at www.geoint2011.com.
Asian Geospatial Forum 2011
Date: October 17 – 19, 2011
Place: Hotel Mulia
Jakarta, Indonesia
Over the years, Map Asia had revealed effective solutions on various concerns of Geospatial Technology in the Asia Pacific region; Map Asia has matured as a conference and is now widely recognised as one of the most important geospatial industry event in Asia Pacific. GIS Development was resolute to take Map Asia to a privileged level in order have its recognition as one of the largest Asian Geospatial Industry Event and the conference is in its way forward to achieve the desired objective. Thus a resolute initiative by GIS Development on the grand occasion of the 10th anniversary of Map Asia, the conference is rebranded as Asia Geospatial Forum.
The 3rd Location Business Summit
Date: October 18 – 19, 2011
Place: Crowne Plaza
San Jose, CA USA
 

Exploit the Social Trend to Enhance Location Based Marketing, Local Search and M-Commerce, Whilst Monetizing Your Location Strategy

The 3rd Location Business Summit will give you the ultimate LBS learning & networking experience for the location industry in the USA, and this year is bigger and better than ever before!

Field Service Interactive
Date: October 18 – 20, 2011
Place: Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas
Dallas, TX USA
Pictometry FutureView 2011
Date: October 23 – 26, 2011
Place: New Orleans
LA USA
Discuss products with Pictometry engineers. Meet Pictometry partners and users from around the world. Learn how to apply best practices to your workplace. Find out how to leverage the use of Pictometry technologies to enhance workplace productivity and generate extraordinary returns in ways never thought possible. If you only attend one training event this year, make it FutureView 2011!
47th ISOCARP Congress 2011
Date: October 24 – 28, 2011
Place: Wuhan
China
 

The 2011 ISOCARP Congress will explore different aspects of urban liveability vis-à-vis the challenges that cities and towns are faced with as the growing urbanisation continues to evolve. The main topics are:
  • implementing low carbon urban environment;

  • building sustainable networks;

  • transportation networks – making sustainable transportation a reality;

  • heritage and environment: retro and reuse in transition;

  • regions and hinterland looking towards liveable environment

GITA’s GIS for Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference
Date: October 24 – 27, 2011
Place: Marriott Westchase Hotel
Houston, TX USA
Looking to attend an emerging and cutting edge geospatial oil and gas event? Join us for one of the leading geospatial conferences in the industry. The 20th Annual GIS for Oil & Gas Pipeline Conference will take place October 24-27, 2011 at the Marriott Westchase Hotel in Houston, TX. This conference will provide participants a unique opportunity to benefit from the hard won experience of geospatial professionals at leading oil and gas pipeline industry organizations. They want to hear about successful real-world solutions to the challenges we are all facing in today’s rapidly changing environment.
Esri European User Conference
Date: October 26 – 28, 2011
Place: Madrid
Spain
For three days, in one place, you can get the latest in GIS and connect with Esri staff and partners. Register now to join your fellow GIS professionals and Esri users for the 2011 Esri European User Conference (EUC).
Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference
Date: November 1 – 3, 2011
Place: Beirut
Lebanon
Join your fellow GIS professionals and Esri users for the 2011 Esri Middle East and Africa User Conference (MEAUC) to be held November 1–3 in Beirut, Lebanon.
19th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011)
Date: November 1 – 4, 2011
Place: Chicago, IL USA
The ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems 2011 (ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2011) is the nineteenth event in a series of symposia and workshops that began in 1993 with the aim of bringing together researchers, developers, users, and practitioners in relation to novel systems based on geo-spatial data and knowledge, and fostering interdisciplinary discussions and research in all aspects of geographic information systems.
GIS-Pro 2011: URISA’s 49th Annual Conference for GIS Professionals
Date: November 1 – 4, 2011
Place: Indianapolis, IN USA

Since 1963, URISA members and friends from around the world have convened annually to learn about, share and discuss all things geospatial. Whether you are an established or emerging GIS Professional, the GIS-Pro Conference is for you.

Along with the new conference name, URISA has listened to you, our members and conference attendees. Through a series of surveys, interactive discussions, and a challenge set forth by Dr. Barry Wellar (2009 keynote speaker), URISA presents a series of exciting new conference themes. These themes are designed to truly reflect what GIS Professionals are looking for in a modern conference. Gone are restrictive conference tracks – what’s in are coordinated themes, designed to move the conversation forward and interactively share information among conference participants.

DASIP 2011
Date: November 2 – 4, 2011
Place: Tampere
Finland
Tampere, a city known for its industrial history and technological leadership, will host the 2011 Conference on Design and Architectures for Signal and Image Processing (DASIP) from the 2nd to the 4th of November 2011. DASIP provides an inspiring international forum for latest innovations and developments in the field of leading edge embedded signal processing systems. The conference program will include keynote speeches, contributed paper sessions, demonstrations, and special sessions on timely topics.
MAPublisher training
Date: November 3 – 4, 2011
Place: Seattle, WA USA
Avenza Systems Inc., producers of MAPublisher cartographic software for Adobe Illustrator and Geographic Imager spatial tools for Adobe Photoshop, is pleased to announce the 2011 schedule for its comprehensive 2-day MAPublisher training course. This 2-day class offers in-depth MAPublisher training that will enable MAPublisher users to maximize their use of MAPublisher and fully exploit its features and power.
INTA Congress “Exit, Voice, Loyalty/Metropolises: development strategies and alliances”
Date: November 6 – 10, 2011
Place: Lyon & Grenoble
France
Invited by two French regional metropolises, Grand Lyon and Grenoble Alpes Metropole, INTA35 will question the development strategies of these intermediate territories. Often their plans are not adequate to face the challenges of the global economy; regional metropolises are in need of innovative instruments and policies to make their development process more effective.
ENVI Classified User Symposium (ENVIUS West)
Date: November 8 – 9, 2011
Place: Naval Postgraduate School
1 University Way, Monterey, CA 93943 USA
ITT Visual Information Solutions (VIS) announces the first annual ENVI Classified User Symposium to be held on the west coast (ENVIUS West). ENVIUS has been a popular symposium for exploring real-world analytic applications of ENVI and IDL in the Washington, DC area for the past 6 years. By popular demand, the 2011 ENVIUS West will bring the same high quality presentations to The Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. 

 

Houston Area GIS Day
Date: November 9 – 10, 2011
Place: Lone Star College-CyFair
Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX 9191 USA
The Houston Area GIS Day is the largest showcase of its kind on how Geographic Information Systems are used in the City of Houston and surrounding areas. The first GIS Day was held on November 2001 at the University of Houston-Downtown campus. This year, the GIS Day events will be held on Wednesday November 9th for professionals and Thursday November 10th for students at LoneStar College off Barker Cypress. Check back often for more information. 

 

ArcGIS: Editing & Data Development Series
Date: November 10 – December 8, 2011
Place: New Brunswick, NJ USA
If you have completed the ArcGIS: Introduction course or if you are familiar with the toolbars and basic fucntions of Arc Map and Arc Catalog, you are qualified to take this course. This course will guide you through real world editing tasks and data management processes that are vital for intermediate GIS users to know. 

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm

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