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August 21, 2013

TouchTable Takes Remote Collaboration to the Next Level with TouchShare Suite 7

PASADENA, Calif., Aug. 12, 2013—TouchTable, Inc. is proud to announce a groundbreaking new version of TouchShare, the company’s industry leading software for enterprise-wide geospatial collaboration and shared visualization. TouchShare Suite 7 sets the standard for seamless, multi-device collaboration with the introduction of shared virtual workspaces, called Sessions, which allow multiple users to easily visualize, analyze

August 21, 2013

VisionMap Releases Flight Viewer Software

Ramat Gan, Israel, Aug. 7, 2013—VisionMap Ltd., leading provider of aerial survey and mapping systems, has released Flight Viewer, one-of-a-kind software that enables immediate viewing and analysis of imagery acquired by VisionMap's cameras. Flight Viewer instantly creates a mosaic of all acquired data, and selected frames can be viewed in full resolution just minutes after the capture. With

August 21, 2013

Visual Intelligence Releases Geospatial Industry’s First Multipurpose Oblique/3D Sensor

Houston–Visual Intelligence today unveiled a new geoimaging solution for the rapidly growing oblique and 3D sensing market. The iOne n-Oblique is a multi-purpose, high-performance sensor that allows collection companies of all sizes to take advantage of new revenue opportunities related to oblique and 3D imagery. “The emerging market for oblique and 3D imagery is an

August 21, 2013

ASPRS Executive Director James Plasker Announces His Retirement

Bethesda, Md., Aug. 12, 2013—ASPRS Executive Director James Plasker has announced his retirement from ASPRS and plans to step down from his position, effective January 2014. Plasker was selected as the Executive Director in 1998 to succeed William French who had served in the position for 20 years. As ASPRS Executive Director for nearly 16

August 21, 2013

International LiDAR Mapping Forum Announces Call for Papers

Portland, Maine, Aug. 15, 2013—SPAR Point Group, organizer of the International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF), which will take place February 17-19, 2014 in Denver, Colorado, USA, announced a Call for Papers and invites any interested parties to submit abstracts by September 20, 2013 using the online submission form. The ILMF Technical Committee will peer review

August 21, 2013

TerraGo Appoints Chris Broderick President and CEO, Relocates Company Headquarters to Washington, DC

Washington, DC, Aug. 13, 2013—TerraGo, a leading global provider of location intelligence software solutions, announced today the appointment of Chris Broderick as president and chief executive officer. The TerraGo Board of Directors named Broderick to manage the company’s continued growth and scale operations as part of a strategic development plan, following a successful round of

August 21, 2013

UM Rosenstiel School Alumna Gentemann to Receive Falkenberg Award from American Geophysical Union

MIAMI, Aug. 19, 2013—American Geophysical Union (AGU) announced that Chelle L. Gentemann, Ph.D., senior principal scientist at Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) is the recipient of this year’s Falkenberg Award.  The award is given to a scientist under age 45 who has contributed to the quality of life, economic opportunities and stewardship of the planet through the use of Earth science information.  Gentemann is

August 21, 2013

Federal Agencies to Remap Coastal Areas Damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Reston, Va., Aug. 20, 2013—Plans for remapping parts of the East Coast where Hurricane Sandy altered seafloors and shorelines, destroyed buildings, and disrupted millions of lives last year are being announced today by three federal agencies. This remapping plan comes one day after the Administration's Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force progress report. The USGS, NOAA,

August 21, 2013

Visual Intelligence Granted Additional Patent for Imaging Arrays that Enable Mobile, Miniaturized 3-D Camera Sensors

Houston, Aug. 12, 2013–Visual Intelligence, the inventor of the groundbreaking Arched Retinal Camera Array (“ARCA”) used to deploy and/or fuse all kinds of geoimaging devices, has been granted another patent for imaging array technology that further lays its already innovative foundation for the future of multipurpose sensors and sensor fusion in numerous industries. Visual Intelligence

August 21, 2013

Drone Facilitates Railway Mapping Project

DroneMetrex announced it successfully performed a high-precision railway mapping project in Australia with its TopoDrone 100 unmanned aircraft system.

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