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3D Nature announces the availability of the free Demo Version of their flagship Visual Nature Studio GIS landscape visualization software. Used around the world by Landscape Architects, Civil Engineers, Land Planners, Foresters, Golf Course Designers, Cartographers and Archaeologists to visualize landscapes showing what is, will be, or could be, the new VNS 3 stands alone in the field.
Henrik Dahlin of DHL Express Europe will keynote the ESRI Business GIS Summit being held May 4–6, 2009, at the Westin Tabor Center in Denver, Colorado. Dahlin will discuss how geographic information system (GIS) technology has helped the international company improve its bottom-line results, boost customer service ratings, and reduce its impact on the environment.
Leica Geosystems announced the release of the CI-14 CAT Interface Module, designed to greatly simplify and reduce cost of installation of its Leica Geosystems 2D & 3D machine control systems on modern Caterpillar earthmoving equipment.
Leica PowerGrade, Leica Geosystems’ next-generation Grading Solution, is revolutionizing the construction process. The key to the Leica PowerGrade system lies in the unique PowerSnap concept whose central element is a docking station allowing easy and quick exchange of panels and transfer between machines.
Customers can now search, purchase, and download NEXTMap datasets directly from Intermap Technologies – the company introduced an online data store called NEXTMap TerrainOnDemandTM that provides up-to-date access to our library of precise 3D digital elevation models, orthorectified radar images, contours, and optimized TIN models.
ITT Corporation announced that Oklahoma Natural Gas has awarded ITT a three-year contract for their Airborne Natural Gas Emission Lidar (ANGEL) Services. The contract is for pipeline corridor mapping that includes new geospatial services (structure identification, pipeline class location analysis, and high consequence area calculations) along with traditional aerial photography and pipeline leak detection services.
Pitney Bowes Group 1 Software announced the newest version of its Customer Data Quality (CDQ) Platform. With enhanced support for global data, access to value-add services in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or hybrid deployments, easy integration of data quality into existing CRM investments and enhanced support for data governance functionality, the CDQ Platform v5.6 continues to be the industry’s most comprehensive solution for enterprise data quality and geospatial enrichment.
Blue Marble Geographics recently released Blue Marble Desktop 1.1, which features numerous new and updated tools for flexible geospatial data management. Whether you are working with coordinate sets or vector/raster data, the Blue Marble Desktop allows you to address your data conversion challenges all within the same application interface. Blue Marble’s geospatial data manipulation and conversion solutions are used worldwide by thousands of GIS analysts at software companies, universities, oil and gas companies, civil engineering, surveying, technology, enterprise GIS groups, government and military organizations.
ERDAS announces new releases of Image Analysis for ArcGIS and Stereo Analyst for ArcGIS, now available for ArcGIS 9.3. In early 2009, ERDAS will add to its offering and launch a suite of extensions that will operate with Stereo Analyst for ArcGIS. These extensions will form a production set of tools aimed at assisted feature collection and terrain editing.