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October 7th, 2012
Imaging Released a New imajnet GIS Client for the Intergraph Geomedia Professional 6.1.

http://www.sensysmag.com/components/com_jce/editor/tiny_mce/plugins/article/img/readmore.png); clear: both; “>Applied on streets, roads and railways, the imajbox® surveying technology can produce large scale surveys with sub-metric accuracy, enabling GeoMedia® 6.1 to create, edit and view 3D features directly in field imagery.

This extension enlarge the field of use of GeoMedia® 6.1 professional especially for Transportation management and utilities management applications, and more specifically all asset management tasks and GIS update tasks.

Used for GIS purpose, it can also serve control, planning and field assessment within the GIS environment.

Imajnet® plugin for GeoMedia® 6.1, brings also an excellent support for preparing roadworks, control subcontracted maintenance, and finally ensure the coherence between GIS data-sets and terrain for a very affordable cost.

The ease of survey, and the low cost of ownership of imajnet® plug-in for GeoMedia® 6.1, enable data collection along transportation infrastructures to become a normal daily task among the others instead of a dedicated mission run by experts.

This new approach brings more flexibility, more responsiveness and a better control on network, with permanently updated field imagery which becomes a source for feeding the GIS.

The imajnet® plugin for GeoMedia® 6.1 will be demonstrated at Intergeo 2012 in Hanover, on stand E11, Hall 9.

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About imajing : imajing is a very dedicated high-tech company specialized in high speed surveying technologies and data collection along transportation networks with optimized opportunistic collection approaches bringing flexibility, responsiveness and confidence.

Deployed by several engineering companies, building groups, or railways infrastructure managers, imajbox®, unique standalone portable mobile mapping technology associated with a cloud service for data distribution, imajnet® are delivering quality geo-referenced imagery and information for daily maintenance, budgeting and planning tasks.

Applied in road management, railways management and a wide set of engineering applications related to transportation and utilities, imajing technologies are empowering and bringing life to GIS.

www.imajing.eu 

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