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BRIDGENET AND CESIUM SHOWCASE PARTNERSHIP: SOFTWARE FOR POWERFUL VISUALIZATION
Newport Beach, CA – November 2, 2017 – BridgeNet International and CESIUM Consortium, two world-class companies, have established a showcase partnership enabling effective visualization and communication through unparalleled 3-D maps. BridgeNet, through their award-winning VOLANS software, will leverage CESIUM enabled visualization in their consulting and software development services for clients such as the FAA, San Francisco International Airport, NavCanada, London-Heathrow, and other communities, airports, and regulators around the world.
BridgeNet International, whose core services are related to noise studies, analysis and reporting of aircraft operations near airports, flight procedure visualization, analysis and development, and the visualization of flight and noise data, relies on the capabilities of its proprietary VOLANS software suite. The dedication of CESIUM to the best possible performance, precision, visual quality, and platform support to their software products enables BridgeNet’s robust offering.
“BridgeNet is proud to partner with a top-tier company of the caliber as CESIUM. Our showcase partnership is a dedication to the professionalism of both entities,” said Paul Dunholter, President.
About BridgeNet International
BridgeNet International invents and deploys innovative management and technology solutions that address complex noise and airspace issues for airports and residential communities. With more than two decades of experience and original software solutions, the company identifies problems precisely and solves them through a diagnostic process that mitigates political, community and technical concerns, and builds consensus for ideas and solutions. BridgeNet International is headquartered in Newport Beach, CA and has offices in San Diego, CA and Georgetown, TX. For more information, visit www.airportnetwork.com.