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August 13th, 2019
VeriDaaS Enters High-Density Geospatial Data and Products Market with 
Geiger-Mode LiDAR Technology

DENVER, CO —VeriDaaS Corporation purchased Geiger-mode LiDAR technology from L3Harris Technologies to collect and process high-density 3D mapping data that will be resold on L3Harris’ IntelliEarth™ Marketplace.

“The strategic relationship combines L3Harris’ Geiger-mode LiDAR expertise with VeriDaaS’ proficiency with large-scale mapping projects and key vertical market experience,” said Christopher D. Payne, CEO, VeriDaaS. “High-density LiDAR data from VeriDaaS can be used to support numerous stakeholders and a variety of applications, providing greater value to customers.”

“The U.S. government and industries including utilities, telecommunications, insurance and oil and gas have embraced information derived from geospatial data to more efficiently and effectively manage their operations,” Payne added.

Customers will be able to purchase the 3D data using the IntelliEarth Marketplace, which is an online portal for geospatial data, imagery, analytics and products.

About VeriDaaS Corporation

VeriDaaS is a Denver-based leading geospatial solutions provider focused on providing data, products, and solutions, based on the best data available, at a national level. VeriDaaS believes that a national data library, and Data as a Service business model, are the keys to unlocking the true potential of geospatial data and will enable new businesses, products, and opportunities across many markets and applications. Learn more at veridaas.com.