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TerraGo Partners with Beijing Space View Technology to Support Growth in China

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Tuesday, June 10th 2014
TerraGo Technologies | Washington, D.C.
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Partnership expands reach of TerraGo solutions to one of the world’s fastest growing markets for geospatial technology

TerraGo, a leading provider of geospatial collaboration software,  announced today a partnership with Beijing Space View Technology to help meet growing demand in China and better serve customers in that region. Beijing Space View Technology has officially joined the TerraGo Advantage partner program as a top-tier Platinum Partner.

Beijing Space View Technology is a leading geographic information provider, developing various geo-information products, services and solutions based on high resolution earth observation satellite data. 

According to Lily Xu, President, Beijing Space View Technology, “TerraGo products provide  simple and easy sharing of GIS data for those who are GIS and non-GIS professionals alike. Based on this technology, we can offer new solutions for field workers who specialize in disaster monitoring, pollution sourcing and natural resource management, amongst other industries.” Xu added, “China is investing heavily in geospatial technology and by teaming with TerraGo, we will be able to provide more solutions and optimized service for Chinese customers.”

“We are very excited about this new partnership. Beijing Space View Technology is the premier geospatial technology provider in China and the right partner to help support the adoption of Terrago products throughout the region,” said David Gura, Senior Partner Manager, TerraGo. He added, “Beijing Space View Technology is recognized for their unique, hands-on approach and deep understanding of the diverse needs of Chinese customers. They will be a valuable partner to meet Chinese government and commercial market needs and foster TerraGo’s continued global growth."

With a strategic group of partners, including leading systems integrators and software providers, and more than 1,200 global customers, including thought leaders in defense and intelligence, crisis response, transportation and natural resources, TerraGo solutions enable organizations to discover, integrate and deliver location intelligence to the edge of the enterprise and back.

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About TerraGo 
TerraGo develops powerful location intelligence, geospatial collaboration and field data collection solutions that help the world’s leading defense and intelligence departments, government agencies and commercial enterprises achieve mission success. TerraGo allows organizations to discover location intelligence, integrate geospatial intelligence and deliver situational awareness to the edge of operations and back. 

Founded in 2005, TerraGo developed some of the industry’s most widely adopted geospatial integration and collaboration solutions, based on its innovative GeoPDF® technology. Find the location intelligence solutions that matter to your mission at www.terragotech.com.

About Beijing Space View Technology
Beijing Space View Technology is a subsidiary of China Siwei Surveying and Mapping Group, founded in 2011.Space View has been successfully working with image mapping, feature extraction and information analysis for clients throughout China, including central and local government units, large commercial companies and the general public.

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