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LizardTech Releases Updated GeoViewer Application

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Thursday, December 13th 2012
LizardTech, Inc. | Seattle, WA


 


Now with support for iPhone and iPod Touch devices

SEATTLE, Wash. — Dec. 13, 2012 — LizardTech®, a provider of software solutions for managing and distributing geospatial content, today released an update to its free GeoViewer application for Apple iOS devices, designed to view geospatial imagery and vector overlays.

With this latest application, iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch users will be able to view their imagery in MrSID® and JPEG 2000 formats. Like the previous GeoViewer for iPad, this user friendly application includes measurement functionality and geolocation support and has intuitive tools for band selection and coordinate display.  For those needing to rapidly view image layers from WMS servers, an in-application purchase adding WMS support is available for $4.99.

To download GeoViewer for iOS visit our website: LizardTech

About LizardTech
Since 1992, LizardTech has delivered state-of-the-art software products for managing and distributing massive, high-resolution geospatial data such as aerial and satellite imagery and LiDAR data. LizardTech pioneered the MrSID technology, a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer, and file format. LizardTech has offices in Seattle, Denver, London and Tokyo. For more information about LizardTech, visit www.lizardtech.com.

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© 2012 Celartem, Inc. d.b.a. LizardTech. All rights reserved. LizardTech, MrSID, GeoExpress, Express Server, Spatial Express, and Express Suite are registered trademarks in the United States and LiDAR Compressor and the LizardTech, GeoExpress, Express Server, Spatial Express, Express Suite, LiDAR Compressor, ExpressView and GeoViewer logos are trademarks, and all are the property of Celartem Inc. dba LizardTech. Unauthorized use is prohibited.

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