AgroGIS maps Brazil using ECW and ER Mapper

San Diego, CA, December 2002 -- Earth Resource Mapping is pleased to announce the formation of a strategic partnership with AgroGIS, Brazil. AgroGIS is an established leader in the provision of GIS solutions and data consultancy in the Agricultural Market in southern Brazil. AgroGIS intends to offer ER Mapper as part of their integrated GIS management solutions package.

After several years in the GIS Brazilian market, AgroGIS’s flagship product - AgroGIS 2.0 has played an important role in widening the use of Earth Resource Mapping’s compression file format ECW. Thanks to ECW a TB airphoto mosaic can be compressed and stored in a standard field notebook. Even with a limited amount of RAM (64 MB), AgroGIS can load the compressed file and quickly perform zoom in/out operations. In conjunction with real time GPS tracking this solution provides great help to the field operators collecting observations on the ground.

Joe Fernando Martins of Agro GIS said: “Today, Brazil plays a major role in the world’s food production chain and the use of technological solutions is growing very fast. Industries in the Agricultural sector are increasingly using geo-spatial images to analyse their data and monitor their crops. After analysing several options, we have selected ECW as AgroGIS native image file format. We look forward renewing our relationship with Earth Resource Mapping in Brazil.

About Earth Resource Mapping

Earth Resource Mapping is the world's leading image handling and integrated mapping software company. Clients in more than 120 countries use ER Mapper to prepare imagery, ECW to compress and use imagery, and the Image Web Server to serve imagery over the Internet. Visit ER Mapper at www.ermapper.com or the Image Web Server web site at www.EarthEtc.com

About AgroGIS

AgroGIS was founded by two GIS consultants (Joe Fernando Martins and Luiz Nelson GonÁ°¨ves) and is a registered trademark of LN Sistemas Ltda. AgroGIS is based on ESRI MO technology with powerful tools that allows non-GIS specialist to generate applications and geospatial queries designed for Agricultural applications. For further information about AgroGIS please contact joe@agrogis.com.br phone +55 21 17 2330521.

For Further Information Please Contact:

Earth Resource Mapping America:      Chris Ribbel		+1 858 391 5638
Earth Resource Mapping Asia Pacific: Clive Poole		+61 8 9388 2900
Earth Resource Mapping EAME:         Mick Armstrong	        +44 1784 430 691



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