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March 2, 2016
East View Secures New Partnership Agreement with Valtus

MINNEAPOLIS - March 1, 2016 - East View Geospatial is excited to announce an agreement with Valtus Imagery Services, part of Hexagon, adding fresh, high resolution aerial imagery to its continually growing product portfolio.

East View Geospatial will now be able to offer aerial imagery collected through the Hexagon Imagery Program (HxIP): a high-quality, accurate and professional dataset. The imagery within the program is 4-band, 30cm (1 foot) resolution, with set specification and accuracy standards, metadata and a planned refresh schedule. All data within this dataset will be captured using the latest in Hexagon sensor technologies. Major urban areas are available at 15cm (6 inch) resolution.

As an additional offering, East View Geospatial can provide subscription access to data from the Hexagon Imagery Program through Views: Spatial Data as a Service. Views allows subscribers complete viewing access using a variety of protocols like OGC WMS/WMTS imagery services and is accessible in many applications including Esri, MapInfo, AutoCAD, proprietary oil and gas applications, etc.

"East View Geospatial customers now have access to the highest resolution, most current orthorectified imagery over the United States and Western Europe," said Kent Lee, East View Geospatial founder and CEO. "With near complete US coverage at 12-inch resolution, and up to 6-inch in urban areas, the imagery program opens an exciting era in remote sensing."

Views: Spatial Data as a Service opens access to the Valtus imagery library; and with projection, scaling and mosaics processed 'on the fly', it delivers quality imagery when and how you need it affording users unlimited viewing and plotting.
For more information, including how to get access to the Hexagon Imagery Program (HxIP) and Views: Spatial Data as a Service, geospatial@eastview.com, or contact your East View Geospatial Representative.

About East View
East View was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. East View is comprised of East View Information Services (www.eastview.com), East View Geospatial (www.geospatial.com) and East View Map Link (www.maplink.com). East View maintains thousands of supplier/publisher relationships throughout the world for maps and geospatial data and Russian, Arabic and Chinese-produced social and hard science content. East View manages a data center, library and warehouse in Minneapolis where it hosts and stores dozens of foreign language databases, hundreds of thousands of maps and atlases and millions of geospatial, Russian, Chinese and Arabic metadata records.

About Valtus
For over a decade, Valtus has maintained a strict focus on providing industry leading Content as a Service solutions for the GIS Professional. Our software agnostic services provide users with the flexibility to gain access through multiple open protocols, not limiting their data subscription use to a single application or platform. Learn more at www.valtus.com
Valtus is part of Hexagon (Nordic exchange HEXA B), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.of design, measurement and visualization technologies that enable customers to design, measure and position objects, and process and present data.

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