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AXIS GeoSpatial LLC Awarded 5 Year Maryland Statewide OrthoImagery Contract

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Monday, December 23rd 2013
Axis Geospatial LLC | Easton, Maryland


AXIS GeoSpatial LLC Awarded 5 Year Maryland Statewide OrthoImagery Contract

The Maryland Department of Information Technology has awarded AXIS GeoSpatial LLC with a five (5) year contract to provide Digital High-Resolution Aerial Photography and various additional geospatial data services for Maryland. As a CATS+ contractor, AXIS was selected based on their winning technical approach, past performance on similar projects and overall company qualifications.

This multiyear statewide geospatial data contract provides for multi-band/multi-resolution digital orthoimagery, airborne LiDAR, planimetric data, landuse/landcover data, oblique imagery and an independent quality assurance program for all services.

“Since 2007, this is AXIS’ 3rd statewide geospatial data contract issued by the State of Maryland”, says Justin Lahman President/CEO. “We are looking forward to another successful, multi-year, geospatial program with the State of Maryland.”

Founded in 2001, AXIS GeoSpatial LLC is a full service Airborne LiDAR, GIS and photogrammetric mapping firm specializing in collecting, processing, updating and providing the core information required in GIS and engineering applications. AXIS is headquartered in Easton, Maryland with a branch office in Boulder, Colorado.

For more information please call Erica Insley at 410-822-1441 or visit www.axisgeospatial.com

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