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GeoPDF Maps Accelerate Japan Disaster Damage Assessment

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December 2, 2011

GeoPDF Maps Accelerate Japan Disaster Damage Assessment

By Rick Cobb, CEO, TerraGo Technologies (www.terragotech.com), Atlanta. GeoPDF maps, which can compress geospatial data by more than 20:1, are easy to distribute to the field where users can readily view, update and share information.   When a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck northeastern Japan onMarch 11, 2011, it was the worst in the country’s history