Endoxon

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Endoxon is a mapping company that was acquired by Google in December 2006.[1] The company is based in Switzerland. Endoxon now provides the maps for European countries in Google Maps. It has created geo-mapping software since 1988, and currently[when?] has 75 employees. Its products included maps that have geo-referenced data with high-resolution aerial and satellite images for dynamic internet and mobile services.

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  1. ^ Perez, Juan Carlos (18 December 2006). "Google buys Endoxon". Info World. Retrieved 2 April 2007. 

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