Colorado Division Of Wildlife Chooses DeLorme Xmap 5.0 For Law Enforcement, Search And Rescue

January 18, 2007 -- YARMOUTH, ME -- DeLorme, a leading GIS software and data developer today announced that its XMap 5.0 GIS Enterprise software has been chosen by the Colorado Division of Wildlife to complement the agency’s existing geospatial software.

The purchase is aimed at facilitating law enforcement and rescue work. Enforcement officers are using XMap 5.0 software to access and distribute critical GIS data layers for use in the field.

XMap 5.0 has already been deployed successfully to help with an investigation of hunting law violations and the search and rescue of a lost hunter. In both cases XMap provided field access to essential data including aerial imagery, land use and land cover, elevation for 3-D terrain modeling, and property boundary layers. XMap’s integrated GPS support and data collection capability allowed the agency’s officers to make full use of their GIS in a mobile situation.

“As a wildlife manager for the Colorado Division of Wildlife, I have been using DeLorme computer mapping products for many years,” said Rick Basagoitia (Monte Vista office). “I have found, and continue to find, new ways to use XMap to help me better manage Colorado’s wildlife resources. Having the right equipment makes all the difference”

ABOUT DELORME: Located in Yarmouth, Maine, DeLorme has 30 years of cartographic and software experience and over 130 employees dedicated to creating the best in mapping, GIS, and GPS products. DeLorme digital products are rooted in the DeLorme XMap development platform, which is scalable for future growth and endorsed by millions of dedicated digital mapping software users worldwide. The DeLorme business model transforms innovative technologies into affordable and easy-to-use navigation and mapping products. For more information, visit www.xmap.com.

ABOUT COLORADO DIVISION OF WILDLIFE: The Colorado Division of Wildlife is the state agency responsible for managing wildlife and its habitat, as well as providing wildlife related recreation. The Division is funded through hunting and fishing license fees, federal grants and Colorado Lottery proceeds through Great Outdoors Colorado. For more information on Commission action, please visit: http://wildlife.state.co.us/WildlifeCommission/.


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