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Sneak Mobile Mapping AIM Preview at ASPRS

  21/03/2012
Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies has announced a sneak preview of the Asset Inventory Management product during ASPRS, Sacramento, USA. Orbit GT has announced that the upcoming release of Orbitís Asset Inventory Management (AIM) solution for Mobile Mapping will be showcased at the ASPRS convention in Sacramanto, CA, this week. The sneak preview will be hosted at the Topcon booth.

 

 

Peter Bonne, VP Business Development and senior product manager at Orbit GT said, "The company has been working hard on supporting really huge point clouds and this is a first presentation of our new release, due out in the next few weeks. This update is developed to give access to mobile mapping content, both imagery and point cloud."


Read more about:  point cloud  geospatial  mapping  imagery 
Supplier: Orbit Geospatial Technologies (OrbitGIS)

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