BURLINGTON, MA - November 10, 2008 – The Carbon Project in collaboration with CubeWerx took the stage at GEOINT 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee to highlight "Secure SDI" for geospatial intelligence operations. The live demonstration on October 30 was conducted as part of the Emerging Technologies Showcase in the center of the Ryman Exhibit Hall of the Gaylord Opryland Resort.
The presentation featured emerging technology from The Carbon Project and CubeWerx and highlighted how GEOINT systems can transform into agile customer-centric frameworks driven by trusted partnerships. Security technology being deployed to support a joint Canadian/United States cross-border interoperability project was featured in the live demonstration.
The demonstration highlighted robust and powerful security solutions for Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). OGC SDI is a suite of standards used by government agencies around the world to promote digital geospatial data sharing and exploitation.
Secure SDI extensions for The Carbon Project’s CarbonArc PRO on ArcGIS desktop and the free Gaia 3.2 geospatial viewer were demonstrated at the event. The extensions offer unprecedented feature-level security, role-based access control and security by geographic areas in coordination with distributed security frameworks from CubeWerx, a leading provider of spatial data warehousing and OGC-compliant Web services software products. CubeWerx provides a Secure SDI server product (CubeWerx IMS) that acts as a “gatekeeper” and allows access control to OGC SDI resources.
Secure SDI products from The Carbon Project and CubeWerx products have been selected recently by government customers and are being deployed in multiple projects.
Secure SDI products are available now. For more information contact Email Contact or visit www.thecarbonproject.com.
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