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Maptek Receives Australian Grant to Increase I-Site Production

Maptek I-Site has received a grant from the Innovation and Investment Fund for South Australia (IIFSA) in the amount of $975,000.  The grant is intended to expand the I-Site production facility in Adelaide and create 27 new jobs.

The expansion of the facility and addition of jobs would imply that production will increase as well.  Does this mean that the price for an I-Site laser scanner will go down?  Demand for the Maptek scanner is high, but at $250,000 each, it is a struggle for most mine sites to justify the expense.

Will the increased production lead to a lower cost per unit or should this task have been outsourced to China?

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