Falcon Informatics Recognized by Prestigious 2004 Enterprise Awards as a "Company to Watch"

Falcon’s advances in remote sensing technology contribute to the revolutionary forest information solutions and services now earning the company honors

Doylestown, PA (PRWEB) November 10, 2004 -- Falcon Informatics is making headlines as a “Company to Watch” at the Eastern Technology Council’s 2004 Enterprise Awards.

The company has quickly earned an impressive reputation as the world leader in forest information services and solutions by crafting a cutting-edge and highly effective solution to the time-consuming task of performing land asset inventories and analysis. Adam Rousselle, Falcon's founder and president, acquired a Finnish company that had developed a unique application capturing individual tree crowns in aerial photography. He then hired a team of expert foresters and software developers to integrate it with remote sensing technology into a unique analytical process producing revolutionary forest information services.

Falcon Informatics has received global recognition for its use of NASA’s remote sensing technology to identify and analyze high-value forest and land assets. Since 1997, Falcon has analyzed more than 4,500,000 acres located in North and South America, Indonesia, Finland, and Brazil. Further, the company has been instrumental in supporting a variety of environmental and economic efforts, including the President’s Illegal Logging Initiative.

Falcon’s customers include such recognized names as International Paper, Boise, Forest Systems, Forest Capital Partners, the U.S. Army’s Fort Benning and Fort AP Hill and the BLM - Bureau of Land Management who turn to Falcon Informatics to support their business-critical investment issues such as whether to buy, sell or hold land.

The Enterprise Awards are the Eastern Technology Council’s most prestigious and competitive regional honors for technology companies and their leaders. Finalists and winners are leaders and companies with vision and impact. Winners are being recognized at a black-tie awards event on November 11, 2004 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Falcon Informatics is the world leader in forest information services and solutions. Falcon’s international team of foresters and GIS experts help strengthen, expand and accelerate the forest analysis efforts of managers, owners, investors and insurers of forestlands across the globe. Falcon’s proprietary and patented methodology applies best practices in forestry and biometrics with state-of-the-art technology to deliver data that is both certifiable and actionable. This powerful combination allows Falcon’s experts to produce stand or strata level forest analyses with a speed, precision and consistency that is unmatched by traditional manual approaches alone. As a result of using Falcon’s powerful data, customers can make faster, more informed decisions on business-critical investment issues such as whether to buy, sell or hold land. Clients can also more effectively execute environmentally sound forest management strategies, while reaching new heights in productivity, profitability and long-term sustainability. Additional information is available on the Internet at www.falconinformatics.com.

The Eastern Technology Council helps its member companies make contact with each other. Through participation in Council events, members have the opportunity to develop solid, profitable relationships with each other and with area leaders. The Technology Council serves leaders of technology-oriented companies by providing valuable contacts, capital, and information with a broad variety of events, publications, and innovative services. Most Technology Council members use the Council to form vital money-making relationships. Many use the Council to cut costs by taking advantage of Council-negotiated discounts.

For more information, contact:
Jay Watrous, Executive Vice President
Falcon Informatics
(215) 489-7530
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