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Pictometry maps deal with Mexican firm

Pictometry International Corp. has inked an international technology license agreement with Civis Information Technologies of Ciudad Victoria, Mexico.
Civis is an emerging aerial survey, geospatial and information technology company focused on Latin American and Caribbean markets, Pictometry officials said. Civis will use Pictometry’s proprietary image capture and processing technology and market image libraries and software in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The companies did not disclose other terms of the agreement.
The deal expands the Henrietta firm’s international coverage into the Latin American and Caribbean markets.
Civis is one of seven international technology licensees for Pictometry. Other regions covered under licensing agreements include population centers in Europe, the Americas, Australia, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
“With this agreement, Latin American commercial, government and consumer navigation markets will be able to bypass film and other outdated technologies previously used in aerial imaging to build better, world class solutions using Pictometry technology,” said Dante Pennacchia, Pictometry’s chief marketing officer, in a statement. “With Civis, we are confident this region of the world will embrace this technology.”

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Pictometry maps deal with Mexican firm

Pictometry International Corp. has inked an international technology license agreement with Civis Information Technologies of Ciudad Victoria, Mexico.

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