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Fuze Go

June 16, 2015

Scene Sharp to Demo Enhanced Actionable Intelligence Capabilities at GEOINT 2015

CLEVELAND, OHIO, June 16, 2015—Scene Sharp USA will demonstrate the enhanced actionable intelligence capabilities of its Fuze Go MS Sharp 2.2 image fusion software next week at the 2015 GEOINT Symposium in Washington, D.C. The lossless Fuze Go MS Sharp software fuses image data to produce imagery with unrivaled visual quality. “Fuze Go MS Sharp version

May 26, 2015

Scene Sharp to Unveil Fuze Go Integration with ERDAS IMAGINE Spatial Modeler at HxGN LIVE

CLEVELAND, May 26, 2015—Scene Sharp USA today announced the integration of its Fuze Go MS Sharp image fusion tool into the ERDAS IMAGINE® Spatial Modeler software. Exhibiting at HxGN LIVE Las Vegas 2015, Scene Sharp will demonstrate how Fuze Go MS Sharp enhances the analytical recipes scripted in Spatial Modeler for automated applications such as Change

January 27, 2015

Scene Sharp Receives $500,000 Investment from Government of Canada

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, Canada, Jan. 27, 2015—Scene Sharp Technologies Inc. has received $500,000 in investment from the Government of Canada through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). Provided as a repayable loan, the investment will support conversion of the Scene Sharp Fuze Go image fusion software from standard desktop software to cloud-based and software-as-a-service product offerings. “Our government