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Galdos Systems Inc., InCom Korea deliver software products to Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering

VANCOUVER, Canada/Seoul, Korea – November 26, 2004 – Galdos Systems Inc and InCom Korea today announced delivery of Galdos’ leading edge Web Feature Service product, Cartalinea and Feature Portrayal Service product, FreeStyler to the Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering (KRISO). KRISO is involved in the development and implementation of the IHO’s S-57 schema in Korea and will be using Galdos products as part of their efforts. Galdos Systems’ CEO, Ron Lake, said “working with an organization of KRISO’s calibre on such an important aspect of GML and Web Services is very exciting for us.” Mr. Hyokeun Lee, CEO of InCom Korea added “partnering with a company such as Galdos, who is committed to fully supporting our Korean customers, in expanding the use of GML and Web Services in Korea continues to be a point of pride for us.”

About Galdos Systems, Inc

Founded in 1998, Galdos Systems revolutionized GIS Technology and mobilized the world-wide Geo-Web by authoring the Geography Markup Language (GML). Galdos is recognized as a world leader in the development of cost effective systems for delivering GML and XML based products for the integrated land and resource management, critical infrastructure planning and protection, telematics, LBS and ITS market sectors. For more information on Galdos please visit: or contact us at infoatgaldosincdotcom  (infoatgaldosincdotcom)  .

About InCom Korea

InCom Korea, based in Seoul, Korea is a leader in GML, location based services (LBS), intelligent transportation services (ITS) and web services and is the Galdos distributor for Korea. For more information on InCom Korea, please visit:

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