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AURENSIS signs an agreement with Google to become enterprise partner for Google Geospatial Solutions

Aurensis SLU, the Telespazio – Finmeccanica/Thales company in Spain, has signed a partnership agreement with Google, to become an Enterprise partner for the enterprise versions of Google Earth and Google Maps.

Aurensis is a leading company providing geospatial services in Spain and also in Telespazio Group markets across Europe and South America. The company will target the enterprise markets in Spain for geospatial solutions with the Google Earth Enterprise product that allows professional customers to build advanced 2D and 3D mapping applications, integrating their own business information with the same back-end technology that Google uses for the public Google Earth and Google Maps.

Aurensis has all the geospatial expertise in house, including consultancy, imagery and cartography provisioning, data conversion and GIS development. The company will provide professional services to set up and integrate the full portfolio of Google Geospatial technologies. Typical customers for these solutions range from government agencies and large corporations to small-medium-businesses seeking to gain competitive advantage through incorporating a geospatial insight in their business strategy, decision making and operations processes.

About Aurensis

Aurensis is a well-known company in Europe applying new Technologies to territory management. Aurensis global approach to asset management enables us to offer services which cover the whole cycle: from digital mapping data production using the latest technologies, the development of IT-based solutions which combine Geographic Information Systems (GIS), telecommunications and mobile devices, to the provision of telecommunication satellite services.

Aurensis belongs to Telespazio Group, a European leading company providing satellite services and geospatial solutions. Telespazio employs around 1,700 staff and 25 sites spread all over the world and has generated in 2007 sales EUR 395 million.

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