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Land Info Expands Afghanistan Imagery & Map Coverage

Land Info International is a provider of aerial & satellite imagery, feature extraction services, 3D terrain maps, and other geospatial services.
Denver - Oct. 3, 2001
Land Info International, a producer of worldwide geospatial datasets and services, says it has expanded availability of satellite imagery, digital elevation models (DEM), and topographic map datasets for Afghanistan and the neighboring region.

Satellite data includes panchromatic, natural color, color infra-red, multispectral, and radar bands with resolutions ranging from one-meter to 50-meter. Topographic maps are available in 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:200,000 scales. DEMs are offered in 20-meter, 40-meter, 50-meter, and 100-meter grid postings. All products are delivered in digital geospatial formats.

Land Info's Afghanistan datasets complement its extensive coverage around the Middle East. The company offers broad coverage of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Turkey, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, China, Tajikistan, Iran, and Iraq. In addition to satellite, DEM, and topographic datasets, Land Info can deliver road layers, contour layers, hydrology layers, and other custom datasets for the region.

"Our goal is to offer our clients geospatial data for anywhere on the planet," commented Allen Hines, the company's Vice President of Business Development & Sales. "Everyday, Land Info is expanding our archive of international datasets. This enables us to support our client needs the most effectively."

Land Info International is a provider of aerial & satellite imagery, feature extraction services, 3D terrain maps, and other geospatial services. The company has produced the world's largest, commercial databank of digital geographic data that includes coverage in over 125 countries. Available datasets include satellite imagery, aerial photography, digital elevation models (DEM), vector map layers, topographic maps, and flood maps.

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