GDC's Managing Director, Steven Feldman said: 'The original GeoReveal 1.0 brokeGDC Launches GeoReveal 2.0 Studio new ground, using simple wizards to create interactive presentations using pre-defined templates but we knew there was massive potential for development. GeoReveal 2.0 Studio has been totally redesigned as a fast and intuitive 'drag and drop' design environment.'
GeoReveal 2.0 Studio now supports common data formats such as Microsoft Excel and Access and GI formats from MapInfo and ESRI. Feldman added: 'We are also very excited about the Studio 'Live' version. It takes interactivity to a new level by using web services to connect to live data in enterprise databases such as SQL Server and Oracle.'
GeoReveal 2.0 Studio can be used in a wide range of situations that relate to communicating statistical information on 'What's going up or down and where?' It can be applied in data publishing, performance review, data exploration and management dashboards. Examples include statistics for crime reduction initiatives, census trends in local government, or performance figures for any business within the public or private sectors. Due to its Web-based technology, the interactive maps, illustrations and presentations can be easily distributed throughout an organisation.
GeoReveal 2.0 Studio GeoReveal 2.0 Studio will be used by many organisations including local authorities, utilities and police forces to inform their decision making.
Further information: Jonathan Rush, Email Contact or 07798 812253
- GeoReveal 2 Studio is part of GDC's GeoPlatform® 2, a new range of products based on a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) approach using Web Services and the latest Java Development environments for the support of the widest range of IT platforms.
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www.graphdata.co.uk/conference2007 for further information. Media representatives are invited to express their interest (contact Jonathan Rush) in receiving information and an invitation to GDC's User Conference 2007.
- GDC solutions are found in market sectors where geographical intelligence is seen as a key enabler for service provision and strategic planning. These include Local and Central Government, Utilities and Insurance.