earthmine and Mandli Communications Partner to Bring Integrated Street-Level Data to DOT Market

Partnership Provides Transportation Customers with Complete Solution for Statewide Asset and Pavement Management.

Berkeley, CA and Madison, WI – June 19, 2012 – earthmine incorporated and Mandli Communications, Inc. today announced a partnership to bring earthmine 3D street level imagery to the transportation market. Mandli is an industry leader in the design and development of highly specialized digital imaging, data collection equipment, and operational methodologies for various Departments of Transportation around the world. Offering a wide variety of uses, from replacing traditional right-of-way imaging to supporting asset collection and extraction, which deliver both cost savings and improved employee safety, earthmine’s solution brings immense value to the transportation industry. Mandli will offer the full range of earthmine products and solutions, from data collection services, to software and data hosting. Beginning immediately, Mandli is integrating the earthmine MARS system with their already established mobile LiDAR, pavement and retro-reflectivity systems.

"The earthmine camera system and workflows are by far the most refined in the industry," said Ray Mandli, President of Mandli Communications. "We consider it to be a very high-value system. To be able to collect imagery of the depth and clarity that earthmine provides will be a huge advantage for our company."

"We are very excited to have Mandli as an earthmine partner, especially given their leadership and experience in delivering integrated spatial solutions to the transportation market," said Anthony Fassero, co-CEO of earthmine. "Mandli’s ability to integrate complex systems that deliver bottom-line value is shown by their depth of customers. earthmine’s 3D imaging solution fits nicely with Mandli’s current technology and ability to deliver cutting edge, cost effective and complete asset and pavement management solutions to U.S. state DOT customers."

As part of the partnership, earthmine will be providing Mandli with mobile 3D mapping hardware, software, and services that streamline statewide right-of-way asset data collection, processing, delivery and integration. The company will also be participating in a panel discussion at earthmine’s Second Annual Partner Conference being held July 19-20 at the Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center in Berkeley, CA. For more information on the conference, go to

About Mandli Communications, Inc.
Based in Madison, Wisconsin, Mandli is an industry leader in the design and development of highly specialized digital imaging, data collection equipment and operational methodologies for various Departments of Transportation throughout the world. Since 1983, Mandli has made available to the transportation industry a complete range of imaging, pavement and positional equipment. Together with a suite of supporting software and services, Mandli has enabled their clients to design, manage and maintain safe and efficient roadway networks. Mandli has worked with over 30 states across the country and has brought technology solutions to several nations outside of the U.S.

About earthmine
earthmine’s mobile 3D mapping solution consists of vehicle-based mobile mapping systems, automated data processing, online hosting service or end-user hosted options, as well as client software and developer tools for integration with existing data sets and information systems. earthmine has 26 Partners in 15 countries providing market and customer-specific solutions, including earthmine’s solution, as well as other value added products and services. earthmine technology is used by internet, mobile, mapping, GIS, safety and security markets, including the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, France, The Netherlands, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, and other countries around the world. Earthmine is headquartered in Berkeley, CA and is privately held. For more information, visit or follow earthmine on Twitter at