TerraMetrics Named to Military Training Technology’s Top 100
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 2006. 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—whether 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, evaluate companies on various criteria. These factors include total military sales, end-user feedback, innovations and the need for the solution.
“We’re honored to be recognized as a Military Training Technology Top 100 company,” says Greg Baxes, TerraMetrics president. “The defense community has unique training and simulation requirements, and is operating within an information arena of increasing complexity. Our TruEarth® natural-color global imagery and high-performance TerraBlocks™ terrain-rendering system offer real solutions to help our military customers achieve higher levels of training and simulation precision.”
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, visit