VELOCITIE Assists Aquarion Water Company Deploy GO! Sync Mobile GIS

Carlsbad, CA April 1, 2008 – TC Technology announces Aquarion Water Company of Connecticut chose GO! Sync Mapbook with Redline Extension as its Mobile GIS standard. GO! Sync was selected because of its intuitive user interface, comprehensive viewing, sketching, and inspection capabilities, and seamless extension of geographic information system (GIS).

Working with VELOCITIE Integration, Inc., Aquarion Water Company implemented GO! Sync Mobile GIS during the 4th quarter of 2007 on laptops to provide crews with maps automatically kept up-to-date with the GIS. Additionally, the Redline Extension allows crews to sketch map corrections and work-related drawings previously missed or done on paper.

“With VELOCITIE’s assistance, Aquarion Water successfully deployed GO! Sync Mobile GIS to our field personnel,” states Robert Page, Supervisor GIS and Records Management. “Using GO! Sync, we are able to extend our investment in GIS to crews who are in need of accurate, reliable, and easy to use mapping.”

GO! Sync Mapbook with Redline Extension is a complete mobile solution built for organizations invested in ESRI's ArcGIS software. Rendering directly from a geodatabase and providing a suite of field-friendly tools such as searching, tracing, sketching, and routing on an extensible application framework.

About Aquarion Water Company

Aquarion Company's principal business is public water supply. Through its Aquarion Water Company subsidiaries, it is one of the 10 largest investor owned water utilities in the U.S., serving some 207,000 homes and businesses, or approximately 700,000 people, 44 Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire communities. Aquarion Water Company of Connecticut provides high-quality water to 179,000 customers, or some 600,000 people, in 36 cities and towns. Please visit www.aquarionwater.com for more information.

About VELOCITIE

VELOCITIE Integration, Inc. provides integrated GIS solutions for energy companies, utilities, municipalities and telecommunication companies. The team at VELOCITIE brings over 250 years of combined experience in serving the GIS industry. VELOCITIE has the knowledge, insight, experience, and proved success to ensure that its clients have a clear path for implementing a wide array of industry leading products. Visit us at www.velocitie.com for a complete profile of VELOCITIE's GIS services.

About TC Technology
TC Technology is a proven leader in Mobile GIS providing both products and services to a broad range of markets across the nation. Our solutions are built using GO! Sync, The Mobile GIS Standard. GO! Sync Mobile GIS provides organizations complementary options for deploying easy-to-use geospatial information into the hands of its field force where significant return on investment is achieved .

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