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Handheld launches rugged Windows tablet Algiz 8X

February 8, 2017By
The Algiz 8X rugged Windows tablet by Handheld Group.

Handheld Group, a manufacturer of rugged mobile computers and tablets, has launched the Algiz 8X ultra-rugged tablet computer. The Algiz 8X is built for field workers who require a powerful, portable computer for mobile tasks. The Algiz 8X offers communication features such as LTE and dual-band WLAN, along with an 8-inch projective capacitive touchscreen that is ultra-bright and built for... read more

eyesMap3D software provides high-quality 3D models

3D model of small object (a bracelet) made using eyesMap3D software.

Technology company eCapture has launched a new software program, eyesMap3D, to generate accurate 3D models and point clouds, measured directly from images. EyesMap3D allows users to create high-density points clouds with textures achieving a realistic 3D model appearance. In addition, eyesMap3D is able to measure accurately on the images, generate true orthophotos, and geo-reference and scale the results. eyesMap3D users can use their... read more

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Field Technology Conference: The forest and the fish

November 30, 2015By
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PORTLAND, Ore. — Two weeks ago, I attended (and hosted) the Field Technology Conference here in Portland, Oregon. This is the fifth year of the conference. In years past, it’s had a forestry emphasis primary because the Western Forestry and Conservation Association has been a major partner in organizing it. This year, the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission and Pacific... read more

GIS 2go Cadenza Software Sessions Featured at INTERGEO

September 2, 2015By
Cadenza allows GIS users to transfer their maps to mobile devices and use them offline.

The GIS 2go Cadenza software suite for mobile GIS will be showcased at INTERGEO, Sept. 15-17 in Stuttgart, Germany. GIS 2go company Disy Informationssysteme GmbH will also provide practice demonstrations by Disy clients and expert presentations. As in previous years, Disy will deliver lectures and show its latest range of GIS solutions at stand F6.015 in Hall 6. “We are looking forward... read more

Conferences and Drones: What Else?

April 28, 2015By

I’ve attended five conferences in the past couple of months; Esri Water Conference (first one!), Esri Partner Conference, US Hydro 2015, APSG (Association of Petroleum Surveying & Geomatics) and the Esri Petroleum User Group (PUG) conference. It may look Esri-heavy, but the fact is that Esri is doing a really good job of organizing vertical market GIS conferences, and people are... read more

Lehmann Rolls Out OpsCenter Upgrade, Drops Drone Price

February 9, 2015By

Lehmann Aviation has rolled out a new version of its OperationCenter, a flight preparation and mission control software program for automatic orthomosaic flights. Also, the company dropped the price for its L-A 300 fully automatic professional drone designed for mapping, because of an uptick in demand and increased production. The new version of Lehmann OpsCenter, designed for Windows 8.1 tablets and PCs, now includes: New... read more

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Google Shows Commitment to Project Tango 3D Mapping Device

February 5, 2015By

Google has reaffirmed its commitment to Project Tango, moving it from the Advanced Technology and Projects Group (ATAP) to a new home inside the company itself, reports Digital Trends. Project Tango, unveiled in 2014, aims to make it possible to create a 3D model of the space around a smartphone. For instance, a user can map an area, such as a home, by... read more

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Carlson GIS360 for Android Gives 3D Views on Site

November 4, 2014By
Carlson GIS360 Android app.

Carlson GIS360 for Android, new from Carlson Software and Carlson EMEA, is a mobile field GIS-GPS tool that uses both GIS and surveying technologies for field data collection. The app is designed to be easy to learn and easy to use, Carlson said. “Taking advantage of the graphics processing power of Android devices, GIS360 now includes an innovative 3D viewer so the... read more

CompassCom Previews On-the-Fly Geofencing at Esri User Conference

July 15, 2014By

CompassCom is offering Esri User Conference attendees a sneak peek at advanced asset tracking capabilities in the upcoming version of its  CompassTrac software powered by Esri ArcGIS technology. Scheduled for release in late summer, CompassTrac 6 provides Esri users with custom digitizing tools for geofencing applications and map optimization for any electronic device. CompassCom is demonstrating the new CompassTrac 6... read more

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GIS 2Go Allows for Offline Access to ArcGIS Maps from Tablets

April 25, 2014By
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Disy Informationssysteme GmbH, a provider of GIS and reporting solutions for spatial and non-spatial data, is offering a new app and service for offline maps for tablets. GIS 2go allows users to save Esri’s ArcGIS Desktop maps to their tablets (iPad or Android). The GIS 2go add-in for ArcGIS Desktop supports data selection, map export and re-import via the cloud.... read more

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