Astrium Services announced a webinar series dedicated to helping organizations understand the important new opportunities available through cloud-based geospatial data management services.
ITT Exelis subsidiary Exelis Visual Information Solutions, a developer of geospatial image and data analysis software, announced a new, cloud-based implementation of ENVI image analysis software to be released early in 2013.
MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the greater Baltimore, Maryland, metropolitan area, is expanding its service model with the help of Esri's ArcGIS Online. Using the cloud-based solution, MacKenzie is able to provide its clients with a new generation of strategic decision-making tools and information services. The new opportunities ArcGIS Online has opened up have prompted MacKenzie to become an Esri partner so it can offer its web-based solutions to a broader range of customers.
Esri announced that GeoIQ, a small geo-location company based in Arlington, Virginia, will be joining their organization. The addition of GeoIQ’s team will strengthen Esri’s capabilities in the areas of user experience design, web development and cloud-based applications.
ArcGIS 10.1, the highly anticipated update to ArcGIS, is now available. The new release puts mapping and geospatial analytics into the hands of more people than ever—even those with no geographic information system (GIS) expertise. ArcGIS is a complete system for designing and managing solutions with geographic knowledge.
Autodesk announced the immediate availability of Autodesk PLM 360. The next-generation cloud-based alternative provides a powerful, affordable and easy-to-implement solution at a fraction of the cost of traditional product lifecycle management (PLM) systems.
This year, Esri is rolling out a number of significant, free upgrades to its popular Educational Site License Program. The additional software applications and data enhance an already comprehensive GIS suite and provide new solutions for educators who wish to share the power of spatial thinking across their curricula.
GeoEye, a provider of geospatial information and insight, announced it signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with Google to license access to Google Earth Builder, Google’s cloud-based map publishing platform. GeoEye is making this investment as part of its strategy to increase online access to its high-resolution color imagery.
Autodesk, a provider of 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, introduced Autodesk Cloud, a collection of more than a dozen web-based capabilities, products and services that enable customers to extend their desktops with greater mobility, new viewing and sharing capabilities, and more computing power, helping them better design, visualize and simulate their ideas. In addition, Autodesk Subscription customers will now have exclusive access to cloud-based, high-performance rendering and design optimization, and enhanced collaboration capabilities. Autodesk Subscription now provides 3 GB of online storage for each software license on Subscription for greater access to design and engineering documents, anywhere, anytime.