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February 6th, 2012
Intergraph a Gold Sponsor at India Geospatial Forum 2012

 
During the users’ group meeting, Intergraph will demonstrate its connected remote sensing and GIS workflows, which enables users to leverage the complete geospatial picture in unison with products from a single vendor. Live Link connects GeoMedia® and ERDAS IMAGINE® to utilize rich vector handling tools and raster capabilities to support synchronized data sharing, viewing, editing, updating and analysis. Now connected, users can leverage these two products together, integrating accurately processed imagery and terrain data from ERDAS IMAGINE for critical GIS and CAD updates, along with GeoMedia’s comprehensive toolset for managing and analyzing GIS resources.
 
In addition, attendees will also be given a preview of a new technology for implementing geospatial business workflows across the enterprise. This server-based offering provides simple-to-use, map-based tools for both GIS and non-GIS users across an organization.
 
Intergraph will also showcase the LiDAR capabilities within its portfolio of products. Solving the issue of scattered, underutilized and redundant data, ERDAS APOLLO enables you to efficiently centralize, manage and deliver volumes of geospatial data to a large audience. Users can create value-added data products over the web, including change detection, site analysis, NDVI and other terrain and imagery analyses.
 
“India Geospatial Forum is a significant event for us, bringing together our large user base across the region,” said Kaushik Chakraborty, Vice President Asia Pacific Geospatial, Intergraph. “With our geospatial portfolio of products, users can easily process, share and deliver the information needed to drive decisions that protect lives, property and infrastructure.”
 
If you are not able to join us at the users’ group meeting, please join us for free webinars on February 8 (Dynamically Manage, Analyze and Deliver Terabytes of Point Cloud & Image Data) and February 23 (The Power of GIS and Remote Sensing…Together in a Single Solution). For more information about Intergraph’s LiDAR capabilities, please visit www.intergraph.com/geospatial/LiDAR. To register or learn more about the users’ group meeting, please visit http://signup.erdas.com/usergroup/IndiaUGM2012.aspx