MapMart offers ATLIS Geomatics High-Resolution Aerials of Canada
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLORADO, March 24, 2010 - MapMart, the most extensive online source of mapping and imagery data sets, is pleased to announce the addition of ATLIS Geomatics 10cm-30cm aerial imagery. A growing number of Canadian cities from the ATLIS Geomatics data set are now available online at MapMart as well as from the free MapMart On-Demand® Toolbar.
Until recently, geospatial data users had few options in purchasing aerial imagery of Canada, but ATLIS has emerged as a premier provider of high-resolution Canadian data. MapMart is pleased to partner with ATLIS to offer such high quality data for the Canadian urban and rural areas in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Canadian cities that will be coming online during Q2 are:
· Calgary, AB
· Morden, MB
· Winkler, MB
· Municipalities throughout Southern Manitoba
"The quality of imagery for these cities is extremely good, 10cm per pixel or about 4-inch resolution in some cities." said Brian Farrell, a Sales Executive at MapMart. "This data represents a huge improvement from our previous offerings, and will be of great benefit to users of Canadian imagery."
Headquartered in Greenwood Village (Denver), Colorado, MapMart is a division of IntraSearch Inc., a full-service mapping and imagery solutions provider. The MapMart online store and Mapmart On-Demand® Toolbar provide customers with immediate access to terabytes of archived and up-to-date geospatial data products including satellite and aerial photography, topographic and street maps, digital elevation models (DEMs), vector maps and census plus demographic databases. For more information, visit www.mapmart.com.
About ATLIS Geomatics
Headquartered in Winnipeg, MB CANADA, with local offices in Saskatoon and Calgary, ATLIS is Central Canada’s only mapping firm specializing in aerial photo acquisition with full stereographic capabilities. In a continuous effort to provide Canada with the most accurate, most current and feature-rich geospatial solutions ATLIS leverages the power of a digital frame sensor to accurately collect 3D measurements and provide clients with the most detailed data available. For more information, visit www.atlisgeo.com.
Author: Rebecca J. Murray