Earth Search Sciences Launches New Corporate Website At Earthsearch.com.
MCCALL, Idaho--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 25, 2000
Beginning today, visitors to Earthsearch.com will find a new look at Earth Search's (OTCBB:EDIS) internet home.
While http://www.Earthsearch.com is the same address, visitors will find a more advanced, interactive website when they log on.
Earthsearch.com is a "one-stop-shop" for information about Earth Search, its subsidiaries, hyperspectral technology, and the company's interesting work around the world.
The website employs the latest "flash" animation technology, but can also be viewed in the simpler, quicker-downloading "html" format. New information will be added on a regular basis and visitors can see and hear live video clips on a variety of subjects from the Chairman, Larry Vance. Additional features visitors will see include:
-- Earth Search's Naval EarthMap Observer (NEMO) satellite
-- Subsidiary company information, Terranet, Inc. and Petro
-- Updates on missions carried on around the globe
-- Easy access to financial reports and news releases
-- A Question & Answer information section
-- Access to ESSI's management for proposals on strategic
alliances, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and
"The new Earthsearch.com website is designed to educate users about hyperspectral remote sensing applications," said Larry Vance, Chairman of Earth
Search Sciences, Inc. "It is our belief that the site will strengthen our leadership role within the remote sensing industry."
"The new Earthsearch.com site is a major step in developing a dynamic Internet presence," said Ken Danchuk, President of Terranet Inc. "With the addition of our broadband imagery network and the new Terranet online software, clients of Earth Search Sciences, Inc. will be able to access, process and transfer large hyperspectral data files on a global basis."
Earth Search Sciences, Inc. is a leading provider of commercial remote sensing services and imagery. The company's PROBE-1 hyperspectral remote sensing instruments provide quantifiable information to customers by measuring the "signature" light reflections of almost everything on the earth's surface.
This news release includes forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. The information reflects numerous assumptions as to industry performance, general business and economic conditions, regulatory and legal requirements, taxes and other matters, many of which are beyond the control of the company. Similarly, this information assumes certain future business decisions that are subject to change. There can be no assurance that the results predicted here will be realized. Actual results may vary from those represented and those variations may be material.