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Kodak Earth Imaging Products Offers Federal Pricing at Site

Monday, July 02, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 28 Kodak Earth Imaging Products (KODAK EIP), a business segment within Eastman Kodak Company's Commercial & Government Systems unit (C&GS), today introduced the availability of Federal pricing at its newly enhanced Web site http://www.kodak.com/go/earthimaging, an ecommerce site for the sale of current, high-resolution aerial images. Federal customers and prime contractors can order orthorectified and georeferenced imagery for Department of Defense (DoD) and non-DoD activities and translate the information derived from these images for strategic business planning. With the site's new functionality, users can search a map by a location's proper name, street address, area code, zip code, latitude and longitude, or by metropolitan area. The enhanced navigation is available for Mac or PC users with Web browsers Netscape 4.6 and higher and IE 4.0 and higher. No plugins are required. "Our ability to offer Federal pricing combined with the new navigation options of the Kodak Earth Imaging site makes it easier than ever before for our government customers to derive information from the images they order online, at the best possible price,'' said Martin Graen, general manager, Image Information Solutions. Users can narrow a geographical region on the map and zoom to select a specific surface area. Users then select the resolution (6-inch, 12-inch, 2 feet or 1 meter) and image format they desire (CD with a viewer and/or Kodak prints in 10-inch, 20x24-inch and 40x42-inch format). Most orders are delivered within ten days of purchase. About Eastman Kodak Company and infoimaging Eastman Kodak Company is the world's leader in helping people and businesses take, share and store pictures -- traditional or digital. Kodak's sales last year of nearly $14 billion were divided between consumer and commercial products and services, such as professional and consumer digital cameras, laser imagers for radiologists, photographic films for professionals and amateurs, digital services for cinematographers, high-speed document scanners and aerial images. Kodak is a leading participant in infoimaging, a $225 billion industry created by the convergence of images and information technology. Infoimaging unites three closely related imaging markets -- devices, infrastructure and services/media -- that enable people to more easily use images as a fast and effective way to share pictures as information, entertainment or memories. Kodak's Commercial & Government Systems unit provides innovative image information solutions for business and government market needs. This includes aerial film and processing; remote sensing image products, services and systems integration; on-line earth image database; optical components and systems-mirrors for land and spaceborne telescopes to micro-aspheric glass lenses for telecommunications; custom flying, film scanning, orthorectification, GIS and mapping services; advanced image and data analysis, visualization and application development software; image information solutions; and total imaging solutions. Kodak Earth Imaging Products (KODAK EIP) provides off-the-shelf, orthorectified imagery as well as georeferenced imagery with metadata in CD, tape, and print formats. KODAK EIP features a Web site for the on-line sale of high-resolution color and black-and-white earth imagery. The site can be found at http://www.kodak.com/go/earthimaging.




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