January 09, 2013
The Force that Drives Smarter Decisions: Intergraph Geospatial 2013
Introducing Intergraph Geospatial 2013 – a portfolio of united geospatial products for completing projects on time, on budget while maintaining the highest level of fidelity. This release provides a fresh approach, combining creative and intuitive interfaces, smarter workflows and automated technology. For the first time, all geospatial genres are truly connected.
In this session, the presenter will highlight the vitality of geospatial image processing and analysis, GIS, remote sensing, and photogrammetry – and how you can access these tools from a single powerful and convenient package. A web processing service (WPS) provides a centralized production environment to manage and optimize access, processes, and output. Learn how you can work from one collective data pool to create value-added data products from custom front-ends. The system automatically catalogs resulting derivatives and immediately makes them available to other users. Discover how to use the new spatial modeler, and then deliver vector and raster models to other users over the Internet via interoperable geoprocessing services. The presenter will also introduce a suite of point cloud tools and provide an overview of the LPS user interface integration into the ERDAS IMAGINE® ribbon.
In this session, learn about Intergraph’s two robust platforms for solving photogrammetry problems and turning raw data into useful information. Professionals can benefit from ERDAS IMAGINE (with LPS) to address image processing, photogrammetry, and/or LiDAR data workflows. Commercial photogrammetry customers benefit from the high-throughput capabilities of Intergraph’s ImageStation® products. Whether you need an integrated platform to work with all types of geospatial data, or a cloud-oriented solution to create or update large spatial databases, Intergraph’s proven solutions can improve your productivity. You’ll also find out about new technological developments, including on-going efforts to cross-pollinate our photogrammetric tools across our portfolio. In addition, the presenter will explore unmanned aerial vehicles’ (UAVs) heightened susceptibility to in-flight environmental influences, the smaller footprints of the images they collect, and the software workflow necessary to correct the imagery. Imagery obtained from GheoRhea’s UAV platform will be used to demonstrate a complete and accurate workflow for correcting the artifacts inherent in UAV-sourced imagery.