September 14, 2005

Blue Marble to Demo GeoMapServer at The GIS for Oil and Gas in Houston Show!

Gardiner, Maine — September 14, 2005 – Blue Marble Geographics ( will be exhibiting at Geospatial Information & Technology Association’s (GITA) upcoming GIS for Oil & Gas Show in Houston September 19th through the 21st. Attendees are encouraged to contact Blue Marble prior to the show to schedule one-on-one demos of any Blue Marble products, in particular GeoMapServer. Blue Marble will be exhibiting at booth 401. Blue Marble is known worldwide for their comprehensive suite of geographic software tools and in particular, coordinate conversion technology.

GeoMapServer, the off-the-shelf version of the award-winning BeyondGeo Internet Mapping technology, is a robust, powerful and flexible toolkit for creating, customizing and publishing interactive maps on public and private websites. The product is a registered fully OGC (Open GeoSpatial Consortium) compliant with the WMS specification. GeoMapServer contains a web mapping server, unlimited seats of a desktop based Map Composer application, and a customizable web interface for on-line display of maps. The product is available for both internal and external or revenue generating projects through a flexible pricing model and open architecture.

Blue Marble has been writing GIS software tools and solutions for over 12 years. Their technology is embedded in hundreds of GIS applications currently used by military, oil exploration, civil engineering, surveying, technology and corporate GIS systems. BeyondGeo is a simple and complete Internet map service that enables businesses and organizations to easily and cost-effectively publish interactive, database-driven maps on their web site. GeoMapServer is the off-the-shelf version of that software. Blue Marble currently serves over 120,000 customers in over 130 countries.

Contact Information:

Blue Marble Geographics

Gardiner, ME, USA

800-616-2725 / 207-582-6747

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