Cardinal Systems Awarded Arizona Department of Transportation Contract

Softcopy photogrammetry systems to photogrammetry systems to be provided.

April 2007 – Flagler Beach, Florida – Cardinal’s Vr Mapping Software has been selected by the Arizona Department of Transportation as the new software platform to be utilized by its Photogrammetry Department. Vr Mapping modules VrOne® , VrTwo, VrAirTrig, VrAdjust, VrOrtho, Vr Mosaic and VrBalance together with data translators to and from existing CAD systems will be installed in its Phoenix Office. Training, maintenance and support are included in the contract.

Cardinal is committed to ensuring a smooth transition to the new state of the art software platform. After Cardinal’s recent successes with the federal government, private industry and its international clientele, this award represents a breakthrough into state government.

Mike Kitaif, Cardinal’s Software Development Manager, believes that “The current state of the Vr Mapping Software is the result of many years of hard work in software development in the mapping environment. We are honored to be recognized by the Arizona Department of Transportation and will continue to work to make the software even better.”

About Cardinal
Cardinal’s Vr Mapping Software offers a suite of programs that provides a rich set of applications required for mapping. All software is designed as a pragmatic solution in today’s mapping environment. Cardinal’s headquarters and training facility are located in Flagler Beach, Florida, USA and more information can be obtained at our website

About ADOT
The Arizona Department of Transportation, (ADOT), currently administers nearly $1 billion in highway construction contracts. Its mission is to provide products and services for a safe, efficient, cost-effective transportation system that links Arizona to the global economy, promotes economic prosperity and demonstrates respect for Arizona’s environment and quality of life. Please visit