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Exploring Wide-Format Options for Geospatial Output

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February 7, 2013

Exploring Wide-Format Options for Geospatial Output

Refer to this simple checklist when shopping for a wide-format printer to ensure the right machine for your organization’s needs. By Andrew Vecci, Canon Solutions America (http://csa.canon.com), Chicago. Organizations that require hard-copy output from their geographic information system (GIS) and related geospatial applications—topographic maps, population overlays, aerial photographs, etc.—need to select a printing solution that maximizes operations.