Archaio Launches its Mobile Response Viewer Allowing Incident Commanders Immediate Access to Interior Building Intelligence

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Archaio's Mobile Response Viewer application provides incident commanders real-time access to interior building plans and data on computers and on mobile handheld devices in the field. The application runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6 and is currently available on Motorola's MC75 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA). The MC75 is a size-optimized, wirelessly connected rugged handheld mobile computer that can be deployed in public safety and emergency response applications and is designed to withstand everyday use in harsh environments.

New York-based Archaio LLC, a world-class software company specializing in digital technology and true scale building intelligence, introduced at Motorola's Channel Partner Expo 2010 on Tuesday, March 9 in Las Vegas, Nev., its Mobile Response Viewer (MRV).

Archaio's MRV application provides incident commanders real-time access to interior building plans and data on computers and on mobile handheld devices in the field. The application runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6 and is currently available on Motorola's MC75 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA). The MC75 is a size-optimized, wirelessly connected rugged handheld mobile computer that can be deployed in public safety and emergency response applications and is designed to withstand everyday use in harsh environments.

The MRV stores the data pertaining to buildings in an incident commander's jurisdiction. When an incident occurs, responders simply search for a building's address and access its floor plans and data for immediate viewing. The application renders an entire floor plan in 2-D with simple manipulation features to include pan, zoom and rotate. These features, when combined with Archaio's patented 3-D building content, allow responders to examine interior details of a building as an integrated system. This enables responders to be better prepared in any emergency or disaster.

"During emergencies, we have first responders, facility engineers and building owners scrambling to find paper blueprints and floor plans to visualize a building's layout," said retired Army Lt. Col. Scott Michael Padgett, vice president of sales and marketing for Archaio. "Now with the MRV, incident commanders can retrieve and view an entire building's interior terrain within seconds to make more informed decisions for their response operations. This is a game changer in the area of pre-incident planning and response operations."

About Archaio LLC
Archaio delivers enterprise building intelligence software, services and technology that can empower emergency responders, homeland security agencies, anti-terror organizations and building owners with instant digital access to 2-D and 3-D building visualizations, blueprints and critical building data. The Digital Building™ line of products and services utilizes the company's patented digital technologies to ensure document measurements are immediately accurate for both business and emergencies. Archaio is headquartered in New York City with operations in Las Vegas and San Diego. For more information on Archaio, visit http://www.archaio.com.

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