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American 3D Mapping Company Helped With Thai Soccer Team Rescue

In the Denver area, the staff of Intermap Technologies was paying close attention to the rescue efforts of a soccer team stuck in a cave in Thailand, in part because they directly assisted them.

The Arapahoe County-based geo-tech firm, which has been in the business of 3D mapping the Earth for three decades, was contacted by rescuers on June 27, three days after the boys and their coach went missing following soccer practice in Thailand’s Chiang Rai province, according to an Intermap news release. The company, which has clients all over the world including in Thailand, agreed to help free of charge.

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