ESRI’s Geography Network Goes Live

The Geography Network can be thought of as a large online library of distributed GIS information, available to everyone. It has been designed to adhere to open standards for the dissemination and sharing of data and services. Professional users can connect to the Geography Network and directly use the data and application services provided by other participants. Data can be shared and integrated using a wide spectrum of simple to advanced GIS and visualization software technologies. GIS browser software on the Geography Network allows users to freely visualize, query and analyze data. GIS software can also be used to connect one or more sites at the same time and using the techniques of digital map overlay and visualization, users can simultaneously combine and analyze many types of data from different sources.

NEW YORK-Ambient Corp.’s 90 percent owned subsidiary, PLT Solutions Inc. (PLT Inc.) and Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. (SEI), Japan’s largest manufacturer of electric wire and cable, announced the signing of a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a controlled pilot program in Japan of cutting-edge Power Line Telecommunication (PLT) technology developed by PLT Inc. PLT Inc. and Sumitomo are planning to jointly present the technology to Japanese power utility companies. The parties are in the process of structuring the pilot program.

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