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June 30th, 2011
Astrium GEO-Information Services Increases Investment in i-cubed

The GEO-Information division of Astrium Services (formerly Spot Image and Infoterra) today announced that it has expanded its investment in i-cubed LLC, a leading worldwide provider of value-added imagery and geospatial data management technologies based in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. i-cubed provides secure, proven, leading-edge solutions for imagery, geospatial content and distributed asset management hosted in the cloud or behind the client’s firewall. Core solutions in the i-cubed product line include DataDoorsTM and DataDoorsTM Geospatial Asset Management Environment (GAME). Astrium GEO-Information Services first invested in i-cubed through SPOT Image Corp in 2007 along with Esri, which remains a shareholder and partner in the company. i-cubed will continue to operate as a separate company with the same leadership team. Learn More