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January 17th, 2012
PCI Renews its Exclusive Distribution Agreement with China’s Beijing Space Eye Innovation (BSEI)

Since February 2009, BSEI has successfully partnered with PCI Geomatics, reselling Geomatica to the Chinese market. Given BSEI’s success, PCI Geomatics has renewed the exclusive agreement until 2015. Under the terms of the agreement, PCI provides support and resources to BSEI including joint Sales and Marketing, as well as local technical support through PCI’s China office, located in Beijing.

“PCI Geomatics has established a strong and successful relationship with BSEI,” said Yubin Xin, General Manager of PCI Beijing Technology Corporation Ltd. “The Chinese economy continues to expand and use of Geospatial imagery is growing rapidly. Together with BSEI, we are well positioned to offer leading edge solutions to the Chinese market to solve the challenges and opportunities associated with the growth in China.”

“BSEI has established a strong brand and broad commercial network in China since its inception in 2000. Geomatica has a very broad user base in China – especially in the academic community, where many researchers need leading edge software to carry out their analysis,” said Xiaoyang Cheng, General Manager of BSEI. “With the launch of many new, high resolution satellite sensors in China that are capable of collecting terabytes of imagery on a daily basis, we look forward to offering GXL as a solution for processing and analyzing such large volumes of imagery.”

PCI Geomatics recently released Geomatica 2012 which has been available to the Chinese market since September 2011. In addition, PCI has successfully installed several high throughput GXL production systems in China. Find out more by visiting: www.pcigeomatics.com/geomatica and www.pcigeomatics.com/gxl.

About PCI Geomatics

PCI Geomatics is a world leading developer of software and systems for geo-imaging solutions. Celebrating our 30th anniversary in 2012, we provide integrated Esri imagery workflows, standalone image processing capability, and large volume software processing solutions; giving customers the ability to produce high quality ortho-mosaic products for any project. Find out more at www.pcigeomatics.com.


About BSEI

BSEI works closely with its foreign business partners, providing satellite remote sensing data, 3D digital city models, software, thematic information extraction, image processing services, information systems integration and related technical training.

Based in Beijing China, BSEI has more than 120 employees, with more than 30% of staff with specialized, advanced degrees in the fields of Remote Sensing and GIS. Since 2000, BSEI has provided more than 1,000 users in China and abroad with satellite imagery (QuickBird, WorldView, Alos), software as well as data processing services and training.