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Safe Software Introduces FME Objects .NET

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Wednesday, September 18th 2002


GeoSolutions 2002 Conference Booth F26 London--Safe Software, the industry leader in the creation, support, and development of advanced spatial data translation and transformation technologies, announces the immediate availability of FME Objects .NET.FME Objects .NET allows applications written using Microsoft's new .NET technology to use FME Objects for spatial data interoperability.

"FME Objects .NET paves the way for quick development of spatial data processing applications using the new .NET framework in languages such as C#.The SDK comes with everything a developer needs to get started quickly: sample applications and source code, an application developer's guide and tutorial documentation, and a comprehensive on-line help system that includes examples," said Felipe Vera, FME Objects Product Manager.

More About FME Objects
FME Objects, the embeddable version of FME, provides a set of software components for working with spatial data.Application developers use FME Objects to build powerful spatial data translation and processing capabilities into new or existing applications.Supported interfaces include: Java, C++, C, COM (VB), .NET (C#, VB.NET), Delphi and ArcView Avenue.A free evaluation is available from Safe Software's website at http://www.safe.com

More About Safe Software Safe Software Inc.provides spatial data transformation solutions and consulting services.The company's products and services allow organizations to translate, share and enhance their data between over 100 GIS, CAD and database formats.

FME is a registered trademark of Safe Software Inc.

For more information:
Karen Liu
Marketing Communications
Safe Software Inc.
Suite 2017 -- 7445 132nd street
Surrey, B.C., Canada
Tel: 604-501-9985, local 224

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