Intergraph announces the release of Geospatial Portal 2013 as part of Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013.
Intergraph announces the upcoming release of GeoMedia WebMap 2013 as part of Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013. As a fully-scalable server solution for building and deploying high-performance web services and websites, GeoMedia WebMap 2013 enables secure sharing and analysis via real-time enterprise access.
Intergraph announces the upcoming release of the ImageStation (R) 2013 software suite as part of Intergraph Geospatial Portfolio 2013. This release provides significant improvements to users engaged in high-volume commercial photogrammetry and production mapping, moving large quantities of raw spatial information to exploitable formats.
Intergraph announces the release of LPS 11.0.5, a service pack for LPS 2011. All LPS 2011 customers are eligible for this upgrade and can download this service pack from the LPS product page.
In February 2012, Intergraph is adding “Introduction to GeoMedia” to its growing roster of online course offerings. Intergraph also offers online courses in ERDAS IMAGINE, LPS, ERDAS APOLLO and ERDAS Extensions for ArcGIS. These courses enable students to obtain hands-on experience with the software with live guidance from an Intergraph trainer, from the comfort of their own homes or offices.
ERDAS announces that the recent ERDAS Day in Kyiv, Ukraine was a phenomenal success. ERDAS, Hewlett-Packard and satellite data vendor TVIS-INFO co-sponsored the event, which attracted 200 remote sensing and image processing specialists from the Ukraine, making it the largest ERDAS event in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
ERDAS will team with GeoSystems Group for Information Technology in Saudi Arabia to host a series of 11 World Tour events in the Middle East.
ERDAS announces that the Mexican Navy is now using ERDAS APOLLO to manage and serve geospatial imagery and data in support of its national protection initiatives.
ERDAS will attend Defense Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, UK, January 24-27, 2011. DGI facilitates high-level discussion of the importance and challenges of using geospatial intelligence in defense and national security operations. It is the largest forum of its kind in Europe, averaging about 600 attendees from around the world each year, including many important figures in military, governmental and national security sectors.