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17/01/14

Intergraph launches Geospatial 2014 with enhanced analytics and mobile capability

GeoMedia Smart Client, a digital mapping toolIntergraph has launched Intergraph Geospatial 2014, a portfolio of geospatial information technologies featuring enhanced analytical tools, mobile support and tools for managing big data. "As today's organisations require the most dynamic geospatial solutions for driving enhanced decision-making, we are excited to share this release, introducing new mobility, analytics and big data management tools," said Mladen Stojic, president, Hexagon Geospatial. "We are also continuing to develop creative and intuitive interfaces, smarter workflows and automated technologies that support the entire geospatial information lifecycle, transforming multi-source content into dynamic and actionable information." The portfolio includes GeoMedia, ERDAS IMAGINE, ImageStation, ERDAS APOLLO, GeoMedia Smart Client, GeoMedia WebMap, Geospatial Portal, Geospatial SDI, Intergraph Mobile MapWorks and Intergraph Mobile Alert.
Pictured: GeoMedia Smart Client, a digital mapping tool

Intergraph Geospatial 2014: geospatial.intergraph.com

Engineering consultancy Atkins expands services on G-Cloud

Atkins, the UK's largest engineering consultancy, has added three new cloud based services on G-Cloud, an online catalogue of information and communications services for the UK public sector, the company has announced. The new services are FARYNOR fire safety records management, CIRRUSmaps web mapping platform and geospatial consultancy. Atkins now has 17 services listed on G-Cloud, ranging from cloud design and testing, to cloud strategy and implementation. Three of Atkins' software systems - LOCARD forensics case management, FARYNOR and CIRRUSmaps - are also available on G-Cloud as a 'software as a service'. Colin Heyes, Atkins emergency services manager, explains: "Traditionally, purchasing software involved upfront payments for a licence fee and the server infrastructure. With 'software as a service', you pay per user, per month or year, and the software is hosted on a 'cloud' server. The result is that you pay as you go and become 'infrastructure-free'."
Atkins UK: www.atkinsglobal.co.uk

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