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To detect bumps and altitude gaps on sidewalks, Hitachi's ROPITS vehicle relies on an enhanced three-dimensional geometric map produced from the electronic mapping data of the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan backed up with real-time kinematic GPS satellite feeds.
Get the Paper Round, the cross-industry initiative that aims to boost home news delivery (HND) of newspapers and magazines, has launched an electronic mapping project to improve sales.
chief executive officer of Hawk Associates, said, "Lyric International is a young company with an important new electronic mapping technology that has numerous potentially significant applications including mapping subsurface aquifers.
0 can generate extensive reports, including electronic mapping worksheets, EDI and application cross reference reports, standard data layouts and alphabetized data listings.
Plexis Group will begin electronic mapping all of the addresses in Fayette County.
UAI provides UtilityCenter(TM), CityCenter(TM), and DigitalCity(TM), electronic mapping and operations automation systems that improve clients' responses to outages and other system emergencies, while increasing operational and management efficiencies in areas such as crew management, work order management, field design, and operations.
Our relationship with Tele Atlas is an excellent alliance for infoUSA in the growing telematics and electronic mapping market," said Vinod Gupta, chairman and CEO, infoUSA.
The number of users of digital land data products is increasing significantly, as the marketplace becomes more attuned to the benefits of electronic mapping as compared to paper maps.