18 September 2003 Earls Court, London, UK
Leading Geographic Information (GI) suppliers will be launching the latest technologies available at GeoSolutions 2003, held in association with the AGI Conference. GeoSolutions 2003 is Europe's leading event for professionals looking for business solutions through Geographic Information and will be held from 16-18 September 2003 at Earls Court, London, UK.
"Now in its 12th year, GeoSolutions is the event for professionals to source the latest products and service solutions available in the marketplace," explains Andy Lane, GeoSolutions Portfolio Director. They will be able to see first hand the latest products on offer, and take away practical advice that can be implemented into their own business."
Just some of the products & services being launched at GeoSolutions 2003 by the exhibitors include:
Will launch a new product to simplify the management of all types of geo-spatial and mapping data.
Highest resolution aerial photographic datasets: 6.25cm. Enabling you to see people, street furniture and road markings.
National coverage of historical aerial photography together with images of historical events from the past sixty years.
New distance learning training modules from Kingston University and a wide range of GIS based workshops.
Cook Hammond & Kell Group:
CHK cartoplus Cartographic services creating intelligent maps from clients GIS data.
ESiT will be launching survA, the complete solution for field survey data collection, management and dissemination. survA combines mobile GIS (e.g. Pocket GIS or ArcPAD) with ESiTs powerful data management solutions to exactly meet your surveying needs.
GDC will be launching GeoStore, a spatial data warehouse and management tool for local e-government.
The Geoinformation Group:
CR Historic aerial photography Phase 1 of national coverage (England) together with agreements with media, online and publishing organisations. Historic Land Use mapping to supplement modern day land use mapping from Cities Revealed. Even higher resolution aerial photography from Cities Revealed 6.25cm resolution!
Getmapping plc: Getmapping will be launching 4 key products/services:
Macro-viewimagery, new highly detailed urban aerial photography.
Photoscape imagery combining nationwide 3D NEXTMap radar data with digital aerial photography. NewImageXpress Web services including online 10cm city data.
Technical Services for image capture and processing.
GGP Systems will be launching GeoActiveTM, a key e-government development for geo-activating application systems and databases. GeoActive adds GIS functionality to other local government systems. It provides seamless integration of GGPs mapping, GIS and corporate NLPG property systems to departmental and corporate systems including other e-government systems such as CRM.
Global Mapping will be launching their new XYZ/Interactive website solution.
New GIS datasets featuring Europe at 1:1m, Postcode and Health Authority Data.
The latest version of MAPublisher is expected for release enabling local authorities and other GIS users to prepare their own maps.
Hitachi Software launches Any*GIS on the UK market. Any*GIS is an interoperable platform that facilitates integration and dynamic updating of multiple GIS data sources. Any*GIS is also highly customizable and can be tailored to meet the workflow needs of any organization that depends on accurate geographic and associated non-spatial data.
Infotech Enterprises Europe
Infotech will be unveiling its complete Application & Data Lifecycle Solutions. Our range of solutions are design to help companies scope, build and manage their GIS systems.
Innogistic Software plc
Will be launching Cartology .NET, our web based GIS product suitable for any end user platform. It features powerful editing capabilities putting Cartology.Net at the forefront of this technology and it is a highly scalable, configurable and flexible new concept in web enabled GIS.
Intermap Technologies will be launching its recently completed NEXTMap Britain range of height datasets. NEXTMap Britain offers national coverage, 3 different datasets, plus a choice of resolutions and purchasing options. Also launched at the show will be the highly functional Global Mapper software bundled free with the NextMap Britain data.
Express Server 4.5 includes support for streaming MrSID® Generation 3 lossless and lossy image types and provides additional geospatial viewing tools. An ideal enhancement to existing Web servers, Express Server 4.5 allows organisations to efficiently serve high-quality MrSID images, DjVu documents and other popular image formats over a network to any client device.
The very latest A0 scanners, printers and copiers from Hewlett Packard, KIP and Contex.
KIP 2053 STF A0 scanning, copying & printing system
Hewlett Packard DJ 1050C, DJ 5500
Contex Cougar Colour Scanner
Will be launching the following software solutions:
dataMAP version 3.1
dataMAP Web Browser version 3.1
SMART System version 3.1
dataMAP Routeing OCX
GO Publisher exports database data in GML formats that are completely configurable by the user. GML export is either via files, or served dynamically over the web through the built in translating web feature server. GO Publishers graphical tools enable the creation of custom GML formats, or publishing of data using an existing standard GML format.
A completely new GIS Data Collection System will be launched during the event.
Svitzer Limited will launch their Interactive Digital Atlas GIS system to display marine and land survey data within a web browser with no proprietary GIS software.
Svitzer Limited to present new tools in ESRIs ArcGIS to visualise and analyse asset management and inspection data.
Tele Atlas UK
Tele Atlas will launch its latest digital map database.
TENET ITMapping Ltd
TENET will be launching a new component to the MapLink Enterprise suite, PAI Correction Studio. This is an unique product addressing the critical issues being faced by users of Ordnance Survey 1:2500 and 1:1250 data sets introduced by the Ordnance Surveys Positional Accuracy Program.
UCL (University College London)
UCL will launch a range of new services to consolidate links with business and the community, as well as announce major new infrastructure investment to underpin GI research in GRID computing and e-science solutions.
Notes to Editor
GeoSolutions 2003 will take place 16-18 September 2003 at Earls Court 1, London UK. GeoSolutions 2002 incorporating GIS 2002 and the AGI Conference featured over 100 exhibitors and had 3897 attendees (ABC Audited).
About the AGI
The AGI is a not-for-profit organisation representing users and vendors of GI (Geographic Information) and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). Its members include government departments and agencies, local authorities, system and data suppliers and users from a wide range of commercial sectors including retail, finance, insurance and utilities.
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