TerraMetrics Named to Military Training Technology’s Top 100 for the Second Year Running
Littleton, Colo.—Littleton, Colorado-based TerraMetrics, Inc., a leading provider of satellite imagery databases, 3-D terrain datasets, and software tools for visual simulation and training markets, announced today that it has earned a place in Military Training Technology Magazine’s Top 100 for 2007. The annual listing, compiled by the magazine and its publisher, Kerrigan Media International, recognizes companies that have made a significant impact on the military training industry through distance learning, live training, modeling, gaming, information retention, simulators or other training components.
Military Training Technology's editorial board, accompanied by a panel of independent experts in the simulation and training field, evaluates companies on various criteria. These factors include total military sales, end-user feedback, innovations and the need for solutions.
“We’re honored to be recognized as a Military Training Technology Top 100 company again,” says Greg Baxes, TerraMetrics president. “Today’s military engagement environments are placing new demands on training requirements. Our TruEarth® natural-color global imagery and high-performance TerraBlocks™ 3D terrain-rendering system help meet these demands with accurate, high-precision solutions to help our military customers
meet more rigorous training and simulation requirements.”
Military Training Technology is dedicated to military training as a critical component of command readiness and service transformation. Readership includes Pentagon officials, Congressional members, U.S. military members, embassies and industry executives.
About TerraMetrics, Inc.
TerraMetrics, Inc., is a recognized leader worldwide in providing cost-effective satellite imagery, 3D terrain datasets, and software tools to the computer visualization, simulation, web-based mapping and animation markets. As a NASA contractor, the company is currently conducting research and development in flight-based, 3D terrain storage and rendering technologies, and corresponding software implementation. For more information,