New software will enable users to efficiently locate and organize geospatial imagery.
Fuze Go automated technology allows GIS users to make informed decisions by visualizing and extracting richer content from remotely sensed data.
15 July 2014
Proteus FZC, a provider of satellite-derived mapping and classification services, has completed a demonstration project using satellite imagery to inventory tree plantations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
17 June 2014
Proteus, a provider of satellite-derived mapping and classification services, has been contracted by Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) to deliver fine-scale terrestrial and marine land use/land cover (LULC) and habitat maps for the entire Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
18 July 2013
Astrium, a space technology company, and CNES, the French government space agency, announced a major improvement in Pléiades satellite image quality, including sharper products and enhanced geometry.
28 June 2013
More farmers in the United States began turning to precision agriculture and other technological innovations to increase yields in the last five years. Those increased yields turned into increased profits, and those profits resulted in increased spending on additional geospatial tools.
PCI Geomatics, a developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, released Geomatica Discover, PCI’s browser-based software tool that crawls local, system drives or removable drives to automatically create a searchable, geospatial data catalog.
27 June 2013
Over the past 30 years, Armando Guevara, president and CEO of Visual Intelligence, has seen far-reaching changes in the hardware and software that is used to create maps of our Earth.
Trimble Navigation introduced its next generation unmanned aircraft system (UAS), the Trimble UX5 aerial imaging rover with the Trimble Access aerial imaging application.
18 June 2013
With a sense of accomplishment and perhaps a tinge of relief, Juergen Mayer stood proudly in front of a jam-packed audience during a session of HxGN Live and explained how Leica Geosystems' new product could help transform the geospatial profession.