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August 4, 2016
Eternix Ltd. Announces the Release of Blaze Terra 5.0

Tel Aviv, Israel – August 4th, 2016 – Eternix Ltd. today announced the release of Blaze Terra 5.0, the newest version of its flagship product, now including full-fledged symbolization.

Blaze Terra users now enjoy sheer infinite options to define and illustrate differences between feature values, such as height, distance or size, by selecting from a wide choice of range settings and color themes. The Symbology feature enables users to create rules by defining the field and value of items in order to visualize them in a customized style in order to better illustrate assets or areas including points, lines and polygons. The customized styles can be saved and later be used as a default setting. The addition of the style functions has remarkably increased the user’s customization options, yet, the user interface remains intuitive and highly user friendly.

“The symbology features successfully combine powerful visualization capabilities with high-end GIS editing,” says Yoav Zobel, VP Software Development. “This will increase possibilities for smart city management, emergency responses and many other GIS applications.”

In addition to the Symbology features, Blaze Terra 5.0 includes new and improved software capabilities such as multiple additional measurement tools, enhanced point cloud manipulations, publishing options and more.

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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