Pictometry Announces Master Distributorship for Wireless, Self-Contained Internet Remote Camera from DigitalXtractions

ROCHESTER, NY - March 22, 2007 - Pictometry International Corp., the worldwide leader in digital, aerial oblique imagery and easy-to-use measuring software systems today announced that it has entered into an agreement with DigitalXtractions Inc., of Rochester, NY to be the master distributor of DigitalXtractions' SCIRC t1 camera.

DigitalXtractions' SCIRC t1 is a wireless, self-powered Internet remote camera that was developed through a sponsored research partnership with Rochester Institute of Technology's High Tech Incubator, Venture Creations. The camera is fully portable and self-powered by battery or solar cell. The device captures digital photographs and real time video from any remote location and then transmits the data via cellular technology for live viewing on any device with web access such as computers, PDAs, and cell phones.

"With this unique advantage first responders will be able to view incidents in progress in real time while planning on Pictometry's high-resolution aerial oblique images and software," said Pictometry Chief Marketing Officer Dante Pennacchia. "Combined with our proven solutions installed at over 400 counties, this real time camera provides our customers with another tool they can readily add to their Pictometry system."

Pictometry's patented aerial imaging technology captures and catalogues image libraries of entire counties and states. The company's industry-leading software allows users to access up to 20 oblique (3D-like) aerial photos of every square foot in an area, including every building, highway, or other feature. The software also enables users to instantly obtain measurements such as distance, height, and areas on both horizontal and vertical structures, directly from the Intelligent Images(r) as well as overlay GIS data and create fully textured, Pictometry Real3D(tm) models. As an ESRI Developer Partner, Pictometry also provides additional GIS solutions for ESRI that include an ArcGIS extension, ArcIMS integration, ArcSDE support, and a COM interface.

Pictometry has gained significant acceptance from its proven results in vital public safety applications that include helping 9-1-1 centers rapidly locate landline and cellular calls for service, rapid response in post disaster imaging, and providing SWAT teams and fire fighters with an easy-to-use touch screen software interface for mobile deployments for en route and on the scene tactical planning. A case study on Pictometry's public safety applications can be found at www.pictometry.com/casestudies/ps-07.asp.

"The goal is to provide Pictometry customers the added value of real time viewing by using DigitalXtractions' SCIRC t1 in conjunction with their current visual information systems," said DigitalXtractions President and CEO Marc Blumenfeld. Images transmitted by the SCIRC t1 can be viewed through an easy-to-use camera control website. Additional features include video capture, timed still-frame capture, and 100% remote control capability. For complete product specifications as well as sales and technical information, visit www.digitalXtractions.com.

About Pictometry

Pictometry International is a rapidly growing software company that provides visual information systems. The company's patented imaging process captures georeferenced, high-resolution oblique (at an angle for a 3D-like view) and ortho (straight down) Intelligent Images(r) of counties and states. Combined with the company's interactive software solution, users can see everywhere, measure anything, and plan everything. The company has a growing customer base exceeding 400 counties, the State of Connecticut, the State of Massachusetts, the State of Rhode Island, federal government organizations, as well as private business users. Major metropolitan areas using Pictometry(r) include Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. Applications include 9-1-1, appraisers, assessors, emergency management agencies, engineering, financial institutions, fire departments, GIS, golf communities, homeland security, insurance, law enforcement, planning officials, real estate, transportation, and utilities. Pictometry is a second order visualization tool that does not produce authoritative or definitive information (surveying) from its digital, aerial images.

The company is hosting its second annual User Conference, Pictometry FutureView 2007, from October 28 - 31, 2007 in Orlando, FL. For more information on Pictometry, visit www.pictometry.com .


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FutureView, Intelligent Images, and Pictometry are trademarks or registered trademarks of Pictometry International Corp.

Contact info:
Will Smith, Marketing Manager
Marketing Manager
Pictometry International Corp
585-486-0093 x270

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