Posts Tagged ‘Intergraph’
Monday, December 10th, 2012
It is with great excitement that we are announcing the official release of Intergraph Geospatial 2013 today! This release is a portfolio of geospatial products for completing projects on time, on budget while maintaining the highest level of fidelity to customer needs.
For the first time, all geospatial genres are truly connected in one unified, modern and dynamic software release. We have integrated photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS into a streamlined system, seamlessly delivering geographic information from the desktop to the server through the web and to the world.
A new generation of users is also entering the geospatial workforce, shifting requirements for both mature and emerging markets. This new generation has different expectations for how software applications should work and operate. Today’s users have been molded by the explosion of elegant and highly intuitive web, mobile and tablet applications.
Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Today, organizations are embracing geospatially-enabled web services and websites to drive smarter decisions. Web applications have become the standard for secure sharing and analysis through real-time enterprise access.
From easily creating web map applications, to providing sophisticated, web-based visualization and analysis, GeoMedia WebMap enables access and manipulation of an enterprise’s geographic information store.
Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013 includes a new release of GeoMedia WebMap, providing a vital component to the portfolio’s server applications. Users can easily create web applications for better geospatial data analysis. An on-demand webinar outlines the benefits of this offering. In terms of features and functionality, this noteworthy release features:
- A harmonized administration console
- Out-of-the-box, customizable thin client
- An updated publisher application
- Increased performance for image delivery
Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
Photogrammetry is a vital component of the geospatial information lifecycle. After data capture, photogrammetric software provides enhanced production mapping, as well the ability to move large quantities of raw data to exploitable formats, for improved decision-making.
As experts in photogrammetry, Intergraph provides software for production, project and do-it-yourself photogrammetry software. In Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013, we provide major improvements to users engaged in high-volume photogrammetry and production mapping. The ImageStation software suite enables digital photogrammetry workflows, including project creation, orientation and triangulation, 3D feature collection and editing, digital terrain model (DTM) collection and editing, and orthophoto production using aerial and satellite imagery.
ImageStation 2013 includes:
- Enhanced project creation, orientation and triangulation
- 3D feature collection and editing
- Digital terrain model (DTM) collection and editing
- Orthophoto production using aerial and satellite imagery
This release also includes new capabilities for dense terrain extraction from digital aerial frame imagery, new opportunities for distributable processing, and increased support for ingesting surfaces.
Monday, November 19th, 2012
Today’s organizations are more progressive in the way they tap into geospatial solutions for driving smarter decisions. And, as we have highlighted before, the key to being a forward-thinking organization is by being able to empower a large base of users that work between rigid desktop GIS and light-weight browser-based GIS systems.
Intergraph Geospatial 2013 includes a new version of GeoMedia Smart Client. Earlier this year, Joe Francica from Directions Magazine made the following statement about this significant offering:
“I found it to be more intuitive than most “lightweight” client interfaces that try to sell themselves as “robust” GIS solutions. … Organizations wishing to deploy GIS to a broader set of users should investigate Smart Client.”
GeoMedia Smart Client engages all users across an organization, enabling them to seamlessly integrate geographic changes into configurable workflows.
The new release provides noteworthy improvements, outlined in an on-demand webinar. These enhancements include the ability for users to make updates with waning or non-existent Internet connectivity, which is a challenge for organizations with a distributed workforce out in the field. Thankfully, these employees remain productive as changes are uploaded upon connectivity again through a process that is seamless to the user experience.
In addition, the new release will allow for project-based conflict handling that can be added through the workflow definitions. Other new features include ERDAS APOLLO Essentials integration, workflow manager API enhancements and support for geographic coordinates and custom coordinate systems.
The new offering will be available in three product tiers, depending on each organization’s need:
- GeoMedia Smart Client Essentials
- GeoMedia Smart Client Advantage
- GeoMedia Smart Client Professional
Overall, GeoMedia Smart Client will further allow end-users to leverage advanced geospatial functionality via simple-to-use map-based tools, streamlining their processes and honing their expertise. As a result, vibrant geospatial business workflows provide a level of sophistication not traditionally supported by legacy out-of-the-box horizontal software products.
Stay tuned for ongoing updates with regards to our new product launch. In the meantime, please feel free check out our new microsite dedicated to this major Intergraph initiative here and let us know what you think.
Monday, November 12th, 2012
Effectively sharing geospatial data inside and outside an organization seems like an easy task given the vast number of offerings that exist today. However, truly leveraging the best of breed information technologies, integrating different genres of geospatial, while leveraging powerful desktop applications continues to be a challenge. Many of today’s offerings hone in one area of expertise, while neglecting other user requirements, thereby failing to provide a cohesive, holistic geospatial server solution. The end result may then alienate or frustrate some stakeholders, ultimately prolonging or even impeding decision-making capabilities.
With the upcoming launch of Intergraph Geospatial 2013, we will help organizations break down the walls that have prevented open and secure sharing of data and web services. Organizations will be able to optimize workflows and get information into the hands of those that need it.
Recently, we announced that Intergraph Geospatial 2013 provides a complete and powerful server portfolio for managing data, delivering web services, web mapping, on-demand geo-processing and workflow development and deployment.
Monday, November 5th, 2012
Finally, users can look to one provider for a truly integrated and connected photogrammetry and remote sensing experience. With synchronized releases, users access the new products at the same time in a seamless environment, combining all the power of these two geospatial genres.
By offering users this consolidated system, they can discover and exploit the wealth of information contained in data from any source, share it rapidly (and securely), and deliver it on demand as reliable and actionable information to drive smarter decisions.
In Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013, ERDAS IMAGINE includes all of the LPS tools within the ERDAS IMAGINE ribbon. Offering more simplified workflows for photogrammetry users who work with smaller quantities of raw data, this tighter integration between LPS and ERDAS IMAGINE will significantly enhance overall change detection and image classification capabilities.
Monday, October 29th, 2012
Before the end of the year, Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013 will be released. The complete and robust offering includes new product releases that cohesively meet an organization’s geospatial needs.
As part of Intergraph Geospatial 2013, we are excited to announce that GeoMedia 2013 will feature a newly designed, modern user interface that logically organizes functionality in a ribbon control. GeoMedia is a powerful GIS management package that enables users to maximize the value of their geospatial resources.
We recently hosted a webinar that specifically laid out all of the new enhancements to GeoMedia. Providing greater visibility for frequently used GIS tools, GeoMedia 2013 aesthetically and logically organizes functionality. In the same vein of promoting key updates to GeoMedia, we are also enhancing users’ ability to open up their GeoMedia spatial resources and share them with end users throughout their organization.
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
We live in a world that requires organizations to have a real sense of the world around them – from air, space and on the ground. As such, geospatial data has become the backbone for driving fundamental decisions that ensure organizational success, as well as for supporting government program missions.
Later this year, we are launching Intergraph Geospatial 2013, offering the full spectrum of geospatial technology in a united release. With a fresh approach, this technology enables organizations to discover and exploit the wealth of information contained in data from any source, share it rapidly and deliver it on demand to drive smarter decisions.
Recently, we hosted a webinar that showcased one of the products included in this release, highlighting how ERDAS IMAGINE 2013 expands on its proven technology. With a host of usability enhancements and new features, users can do more with multiple types of data.
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
Utility providers are challenged with the complex process of managing all of their field assets, which are subject to weather-related damages and vegetation growth. In addition, electrical distribution networks are often very vast and serve large populations that expect reliable services at all times.
Geospatial solutions have become the backbone for enabling and automating plots and network diagrams for fast and effective decision making. Today, many GIS technologies now interface with other business and operational management systems, which extend and integrate workflows with other business critical systems.
Monday, September 24th, 2012
Point clouds provide a wealth of geospatial information required for fast and effective decision-making. Though the process of extracting the data can be cumbersome and time consuming, often resulting in the data being unused or irrelevant.
With data essentially overflowing, it is becoming more difficult for end-users to manage, distribute, exploit, and visualize their point data from the desktop through to the server and over to the world.
As such, organizations require the right tools for truly unlocking the power of their point clouds. Fortunately, new point cloud analysis technology can help organizations leverage LiDAR and software-synthesized point clouds, which is ideal for forestry management, power corridor monitoring, and flood planning.