NASA shows satellite images on internet with Danish software  

2005.10.25
YaWah.com, a Danish software developer specialising in image management for e-business and cross media, has supplied software for a NASA project which makes satellite images available on the internet

YaWah.com, a Danish software developer specialising in image management for e-business and cross media, has supplied software for the Blue Marple Next Generation Project of US space organisation NASA. The software eRez has enabled NASA to make a series of images totalling 120 gigabyte, or about 180 CD-ROMs, available to users on the internet via a simple browser.

The images of NASA's Blue Marble Next Generation Project have been collected by satellite over a 12 month period, and feature views of the entire planet including shifting snowlines. The images were recently made available on NASA's website.

Last year YaWah.com supplied its first product to the US space organisation. Kristian Ottosen, the owner and managing director of YaWah.com says: "NASA found us on the internet just over a year ago, and a Professor at the Goddard Space Flight Center made contact. We did a test installation, and then NASA bought its first YaWah installation".

YaWah.com was founded in 2001 and is based in Aarhus, Jutland. Yawah.com focuses on simplifying cross media publishing where high quality images play a crucial role. The company's primary product is the eRez Imaging Server. The news was reported by Computerworld and on YaWah.com's website.

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