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November 5th, 2013
Envitia Launches Envitia Discovery 2.7 for Modelling and Simulation

Envitia Discovery 2.7 bridges the gap between live and synthetic environments for the first time, providing an end-to-end workflow management for over 100 data types. These include all standard geospatial formats such as GeoTIFF, Shape, VMap as well as 2D and 3D simulation data assets such as OpenFlight, CDB, Collada VBS2, and 3DS data. The Envitia Discovery management tools include highly configurable business logic that takes the pain out of repetitive data management tasks and puts data into the hands of users. The Envitia Discovery web portal, provides search tools to make it easy for data managers and data modellers to find, evaluate, download and reuse relevant data assets, helping to reduce project times and cost.

“The sheer volume of data that is available – including data from web services, sensors, and ‘big data’ resources – presents data managers with a growing problem: Our customers are spending an increasing amount of time trying to find data that is fit for purpose from their expanding data holdings” said Matthew Wood, Product Manager, Envitia. “However we recognize that it is more important for these organisations to focus on exploiting data in their end systems. We developed Envitia Discovery to help reduce the time and cost associated with effective data management and distribution. Repetitive data processing and publications tasks are automated freeing up users to focus on visualisation and analysis. The integration of live and synthetic environments delivered through a browser based solution can also lower the total cost of ownership of systems by using fewer tools across the enterprise.”

Envitia Discovery is built on open standards which ensures interoperability with legacy and future systems. The solution is rapidly implemented to fit alongside an organisations existing data infrastructure and can immediately lead to help reduce the timeline for integrating operational GEOINF into synthetic environments.

Envitia will launch a cloud demonstration later in November, register for the webinar here. If you are interested in learning more about Envitia’s capabilities in person we and you are planning to attend I/ITSEC this year, please visit us at stand 2289.