1:50K CADRG Background Map of Middle East Created by East View Cartographic.
According to EVC Geospatial Director, Nick Nazarenko "East View is one of the few commercial companies to support the CADRG and ADRG formats, the primary map background file formats used in most automated command and control systems. We can use our 15 terabytes of in-stock raster maps to create a seamless map over almost any area of the world." EVC is a leading source of geospatial data and large-scale maps from Africa, Central Asia, Middle East, and other parts of the world.
CADRG is a compressed version of ADRG (ARC Digitized Raster Graphics). Both formats support various digital moving map systems, mission planning, and C3I theater battle management. CADRG is a Raster Product Format and National Imagery Transmission Format Standard (NITFS)-compliant. EVC also creates vector data that is compliant with all existing military standards including VMAP2, FFD and UVMAP.
East View Cartographic (EVC) is a leading provider of authoritative worldwide maps, geospatial data, as well as GIS services and solutions. Since the company's origins in the early 1990s, EVC has acquired a vast archive of global maps and geospatial data, including topographic maps, DEMs, imagery, vector data, geological maps, nautical charts, and related atlases and books. The company's extensive map and geospatial data supplier network allows quick access to products not in inventory. In addition, EVC provides high-quality, cost-effective mapping and GIS services and solutions to support the production of new geospatial products, custom modification of existing data, and electronic organization of data. To browse and purchase products online visit EVC Store at www.cartographic.com
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|Date:||Mar 26, 2007|
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