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December 21st, 2011
PCI Geomatics to Release 32 bit Version of Flagship Geomatica Software Suite

“Some of our customers have not yet completed their migration to 64 bit operating systems, and we feel it is important to ensure 32-bit users can benefit from new capability available in Geomatica 2012,” said Peter Hazlett, Product Manager at PCI. “Geomatica 2012 provides leading edge automation, performance and innovation, leveraging the power of multi-core, multi-processor desktop systems to complete image processing tasks in record time.”

Usability improvements such as on-the-fly image enhancements and drag-and-drop file handling combine with new functionalities such as Optical and Coherent Change Detection to make Geomatica 2012 the most advanced Geomatica software release to date.

“This is an exciting release for PCI Geomatics and its customers,” said Terry Moloney, President and CEO at PCI. “This latest version improves upon our world-leading orthorectification algorithms, adds the features and functions the industry needs, and increases performance across the board”.

For more information on Geomatica 2012, please visit www.pcigeomatics.com/geomatica