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July 14, 2015
Remote GeoSystems to Exhibit New Full Motion Video (FMV) Solutions at the Esri International User Conference

FORT COLLINS, Colorado, July 14, 2015—Remote GeoSystems, Inc., an Esri Emerging Business Partner, will exhibit, present and announce new Full Motion Video (FMV) solutions at the 2015 Esri International User Conference (UC) at Kiosk Z18 in the popular Startup Zone section at the Esri UC Solutions Expo July 21-23, 2015 in the San Diego Convention Center.

Remote Geo will conduct cross-industry demonstrations of the company’s Full Motion Video (FMV) data collection, post processing and reporting solutions for the Esri ArcGIS Platform.

On Wednesday, July 22 at 2:00 PM (PDT) there will be a presentation on Best Practices for Geospatial Full Motion Video (FMV) Data Collection and Esri GIS Integration.

Remote Geo will continue the rapid introduction of new Esri-based FMV solutions for airborne UAV/UAS and manned remote sensing projects on the heels of the recently released LineVision Esri ArcGIS and LineVision Esri ArcMap Add-in.

“Clearly there is a lot of momentum that will soon lead to drones or UAVs as the ‘go to’ hyperlocal data collection platform for infrastructure video inspection projects which is exciting” says Remote Geo Managing Director Jeff Dahlke. “Regardless of the actual platform or sensors, Remote Geo will be demonstrating a standardized approach to data logging, post-mission geospatial video analysis, multimedia geo-data fusion, project reporting and workflow collaboration.”

Last but not least, Remote Geo will be giving away nearly $6500 in LineVision Esri ArcGIS - Pro software to five lucky attendees who drop by Kiosk Z18 in the Startup Zone with their business card.

Learn more at: http://www.remotegeo.com/events.html

About Remote GeoSystems, Inc.

Remote Geo Specializes in Airborne & Mobile "Geospatial" Video Recording Systems and Integrated GIS Software for Electric Utilities, Oil & Gas Pipeline, Environmental, Transportation, Security, and other Critical Infrastructure Inspection Applications.

Unlike most traditional Full Motion Video recording systems, our rugged digital video recorders log GPS and permanently embed the video with this important location and time data.  Post-mission, our video mapping and inspection reporting software provides users with simple but powerful tools for geographic video analysis, editing and project packaging while leveraging existing corporate Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

We offer both complete hardware & software packages and individual components based on your specific data collection project needs including commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and custom designed systems.

Remote Geo is a member of the Esri Business Partner Program.

Learn more by visiting www.remotegeo.com.

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