Geomatic Technologies and 1Spatial partner to deliver products in Australia
20th August 2008, Cambridge, UK. 1Spatial is pleased to announce their partnership with Geomatic Technologies in Australia to deliver their Radius Studio and Radius Topology products.
Geomatic Technologies (GT) is Australia’s leading provider of location-based business intelligence solutions, information products and services and has a range of clients across both Government and industry. GT specialise in geospatial and mobile technologies and have specific experience in the integration of geospatial data, technology and analysis into enterprise IT environments.
The partnership will allow Geomatic Technologies to combine their own, specialist geospatial data integration expertise with 1Spatial’s data quality knowledge and experience. The products covered by the agreement are Radius Studio, a data integration and quality control platform, and Radius Topology, both a data cleaner and a ‘gatekeeper’ that cleans existing data and only allows clean data to enter the database in use.
Ross Caldow, Business Development Manager of Geomatic Technologies said:
“Our customers look to us to provide innovative solutions on proven technology platforms, and our ability to include the highly-respected Radius technologies from 1Spatial enhances customer confidence and satisfaction in these solutions. 1Spatial’s commitment to product delivery and customer service on a recent project proved that 1Spatial are well placed to meet the needs of both ourselves and our customers.”
Duncan Guthrie, Managing Director of 1Spatial added:
“We are delighted to be working with Geomatic Technologies as they share our philosophies and principles around geospatial data. The partnership gives us the opportunity to combine our expertise to provide customers in Australia with fully integrated solutions to meet their geospatial data needs.”
In addition, the agreement will give 1Spatial and Geomatic Technologies the opportunity to build on their recent successes in Australia, such as the current NES project for Victoria Government, which is utilising a combination of eSpatial’s iSMART software suite and Radius Studio.
For more information please contact Chloe Rooney.
Tel: +44 (0)1223 420414
Fax : +44 (0)1223 420044
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1Spatial delivers data integration and data quality software and services that help organisations maximise value from geospatial information. 1Spatial's open, standards-based, GIS-neutral software accesses geospatial data of any form and makes them accessible, meaningful, and usable across and between organisations' business processes. With products that transform geospatial data and encourage sharing and collaboration, 1Spatial can help reduce costs and increase efficiencies, delivering value into workflows of any scale or complexity, as well as integrating geospatial data into operational planning and decision-making processes.
For more information: www.1spatial.com
About Geomatic Technologies
Geomatic Technologies (GT) assists government and industry clients collect and structure information to plan, develop and manage infrastructure and facilities that helps improve efficiency and safety.
Their broad experience benefits customers and projects by enabling GT to apply best practices and the latest proven technologies from their work with a diverse spectrum of government, power and water utilities, telcos, transportation authorities and commercial clients. Through their network of offices, technology, data supplier relationships, and our local contacts, they ensure that efficiencies are achieved, ample resources are assigned and your projects are delivered cost-effectively and on schedule. For more information: www.geomatic.com.au
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