Carbon Project and GlobeXplorer team to bring high-resolution imagery to .NET community

Carbon Project and GlobeXplorer team to bring high-resolution imagery to .NET community

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Burlington, USA, 2 May 2006 – The Carbon Project, a company dealing in Open-Geospatial .NET technology, has announced a reseller relationship with GlobeXplorer, provider of commercial library of aerial photos, satellite imagery and geographic maps. The agreement calls for GlobeXplorer to make global imagery data available through its ImageConnect WMS service and for The Carbon Project to add this powerful online service to its new CarbonTools PRO toolkit and Gaia 3 application suite.

PRO and Gaia 3 product lines means that .NET developers can now add high-resolution aerial and satellite images directly into their mapping projects with a click of their mouse.
“We’ve been demonstrating GlobeXplorer’s ImageConnect WMS with The Carbon Project’s tools for the past year, and this new relationship is the next logical step enabling CarbonTools PRO and Gaia 3 users full global access to our highest resolution archives,” said Paul Smith, GlobeXplorer’s COO. “

Now .NET developers and other users will have easier access to the best imagery possible from providers like AirPhotoUSA, DigitalGlobe, Sanborn, and leading European providers as well as US federal, state, and local government sources. CarbonTools PRO and Gaia 3 are scheduled for release in July 2006.