---When: October 28-30, 2008
---Where: GEOINT 2008 Symposium at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Booth #858 in Nashville, Tenn.
MetaCarta GSRP identifies places and points-of-interest in text documents, news feeds, email, reports, web pages and blogs, and assigns latitude and longitude coordinates so that the content can be searched, retrieved, and visually displayed on a map. Today, not all geographic references can be identified by traditional search engines. The MetaCarta GSRP can identify more than 190 million place names. For the first time, enterprise organizations and public sector agencies are now able to geo-enable all of their content in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic, or mixed-language documents.
In addition, John Frank, CTO and co-founder of MetaCarta, will participate in a panel discussion on Industry Perspectives of the Future of GEOINT on Thursday, October 30 at 2:00PM along with other industry luminaries from Microsoft, Google, Appistry, Forterra Systems, and Riverside Research Institute.
MetaCarta, Inc., is the leading provider of geographic search and referencing solutions. MetaCarta products make data and unstructured content "location-aware" making that information geographically relevant. Using a map interface, these innovative solutions make it possible for customers to discover, visualize, and act on important location-based information. Founded by a team of MIT researchers in 2001, MetaCarta is privately held, with U.S. headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and offices in Vienna, Virginia, and Houston, Texas, and resellers worldwide.
Red Javelin Communications, Inc.