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February 25, 2015
Blaze Terra Extension to Enable Customers to Access WAMI

Feb. 25, 2015—Eternix Ltd., leading provider of next-generation software for GIS visualization and editing in 3D, releases its first WAMI extension, enabling Blaze Terra users to access WAMI data through cloud-based services. WAMI stands for Wide Area Motion Imagery and is an advanced sensor-based technology, delivering board stretches of video-like footage. WAMI has been gaining popularity since its adoption by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OCG).

Blaze Terra’s advanced GIS environment allows real-time decision makers working with WAMI to yield optimal insights and results at unique comfort and speed. Instant overlay of WAMI data with Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or any other geospatial data, such as 3D models, raster or shape files, ensures the comprehensive user experience Blaze Terra is known for. In addition, a unique set of WAMI specific features, such as playback control and feature tracking, utilize WAMI’s inherent video qualities.

“We believe that Blaze Terra’s high-end capabilities open a whole set of new opportunities for GIS professionals working with WAMI”, says Daniel Zeitlin, CTO at Eternix Ltd. “Vital application of WAMI occurs in areas where real-time decision making is key. Blaze Terra’s fast processing speed and holistic approach make it the ideal choice for such real-time applications.” He adds.

About Eternix

Eternix Ltd. is a leading software company, developing high-performance visualization products. The company’s products are oriented towards the advanced geo-spatial user, enabling to process, re-project and manipulate files of virtually any size and format, in real-time and without pre-processing. The Blaze family of products includes several applications as well as complementary extensions, delivering outstanding performance and unparalleled user experience. For more information about the company, visit www.eternix.co.il.

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