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June 11th, 2012
Leica Geosystems and GeoCue to Develop Innovative Workflow Solutions Together

“Geospatial Mapping today not only requires the best processing tools and algorithms, but also that they are packaged in easy-to-use workflows that are designed to meet the needs of the specific applications” says Jack Ickes, President of Hexagon Geospatial Solutions Division. “GeoCue has great experience in integrating various functionalities around the geospatial workplace and increasing productivity, which will help us to deliver more value to our customers”.

Leica Geosystems will continue its successful collaboration with other development partners, such as Pixelgrammetry, to develop unique and innovative processing tools, features and algorithms to improve efficiency, ease-of-use and data processing. These in combination with GeoCue’s knowledge and experience will greatly benefit customers through better integration and the ability to customize application specific workflows that fully meet their needs.

“Leica Geosystems and Z/I Imaging have always been leaders in developing high-end mapping solutions”, says Lewis Graham, President and CTO of GeoCue. “We are excited to work together towards a common goal of providing a more integrated workflow approach to Hexagon’s customer base by incorporating new features and creating functional links across the entire Hexagon portfolio of geospatial data processing.”

About GeoCue Corporation
GeoCue Corporation, based in Madison, USA, is North American’s largest provider of products, training and consulting services for airborne and mobile LIDAR applications. The company offers a comprehensive geospatial integration framework as well as custom consulting services to assist customers in integrating their existing workflows into a GeoCue managed system. 
More information at: http://www.geocue.com .

About Leica Geosystems’ Airborne Solutions
With over 80 years of experience, Leica Geosystems is a global leader in the design, delivery and support of airborne digital and LiDAR sensors for the geospatial marketplace. Along with the well-known Leica RC30, Leica Geosystems’ airborne sensor portfolio today includes a wide range of innovative technologies and products such as the Leica RCD30 series of medium format digital frame cameras, the Leica ADS pushbroom sensors, the Leica ALS LiDAR series, and the Leica IPAS GNSS/IMU solutions.