Geo-matching.com Adds Rental Companies and Dealers

Geo-matching.com has recently added rental companies and dealers to its overview of products and solutions. Besides detailed information about the manufacturers of products and brands, Geo-matching.com users can now also find an overview of the companies that rent and/or deal in them and can request information from the relevant suppliers directly. Check out the Geo-Swath Plus Compact 500 kHz multibeam echosounder to see rental and dealer opportunities. Rental products and dealers are already listed for several brands, including FARO, AML Oceanographic, Valeport, RIEGL, Kongsberg Maritime and various others. Moreover, it is now possible to search Geo-matching.com based on operating region,... (read more)
2016-02-26 11:48:19

Galdos and TENET Complete Ministry of Defence Contract

Galdos Systems Inc. (Canada) and TENET Defence Ltd (UK) have successfully completed the integration of multiple geospatial data across the UK Ministry of Defence into a single source through the use of open-standard web services. The integrated Spatial Data Infrastructure system draws multiple datasets (AML 2.1, DAFIF8, VMAP0) from multiple data stores (Oracle Spatial, ArcSDE) using two Galdos Cartalinea Web Feature Service (WFS) servers. Map information is retrieved from WFS by both the thin viewing client Galdos FreeStyler Web Map Service (WMS) and the Tenet Chartlink4D Spatial Analysis Client. TENET Defence, who produce geospatial technology used in many of the... (read more)
2006-09-27 12:00:00

Caris Opens Asia Pacific Office

Caris (Canada) has established a regional office in Australia to maximise support of its rapidly growing Asia Pacific customer base and expand its presence in this market. Caris, a developer of geomatics software, recently opened its first office in the Asia Pacific region in Adelaide, Australia. Its new office will deliver the company's geomatics software to military agencies, hydrographic survey contractors, ports and harbours, municipalities, land administrators and will enable to better serve its existing clients in the area. Christian Fellinger is Caris' Asia Pacific Account Manager, and will be based in Adelaide, Australia. Mr. Fellinger joined Caris in 2003... (read more)
2007-04-20 12:35:05

New VP CARIS US Operations

CARIS (Canada) appointed a new vice president of CARIS USA. Paul R. Cooper has joined the CARIS executive team and will be responsible for directing all aspects of the company's US operations. Mr. Cooper has more than 30 years experience in geospatial data collection, management and leadership in the US federal government and private industry. He comes to CARIS from Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) where he served as an international business developer. There he developed business opportunities in Integrated Oceanographic Observations Systems and in the National Science Foundation Oceanographic Observing Initiative. Previously, he served as director of the Naval... (read more)
2006-08-29 12:00:00

Rear Admiral (Italian Navy ret.) Giuseppe Angrisano

Rear Admiral of the ltalian Navy (ITN) retired, Giuseppe Angrisano was commissioned in 1957 and specialised in Hydrography in 1965. He commanded various ITN vessels including the oceanographic shipMagnaghi. He was Hydrographer of the Navy from 1987 to 1991. From 1992 to 2002, he was Director and then President of the International Hydrographic Bureau (IHB). From 2002 to 2005, he acted as Deputy Representative of Monaco at the IMD. He lives in Barcelona (Spain) and co-operates with the EL FAR Consortium for activities of Sail Training International. (read more)
2017-05-15 08:56:57

Gravity Data Decides Height Reference Dilemma

For decades, scientists have disagreed about whether the sea is higher or lower heading north along the east coast of North America. Gravity data from ESA’s GOCE satellite contributed to settling this controversial issue. The conclusion: it is lower.   Winds, currents, tides and different temperatures cause seawater to pile up in some regions and dip in others. However, it is difficult to determine relative heights of the sea, especially near the coast. To do this, tide gauge measurements need to be compared with a ‘level’ surface. Carrying surveying instruments The old method of making these calculations involved conventional levelling,... (read more)
2013-02-18 12:17:18

OPeNDAP

New Web-GIS Architecture
As the fast growth of Web-GIS produces more and more applications requiring data stored at remote databases, data access security and data transfer speed over the internet are at issue. The authors compare traditional client/server approaches with the open-source OPeNDAP data server.<P> Traditional client/server Web-GIS applications are usually based on accessing databases stored in one server machine or within a network of servers. Data transport goes as follows: -client requests data using web interface, web service or other interface -data requests sent to HTTP server, which sends pre-defined SQL statement to database -database retrieves data and sends resulting dataset back... (read more)
2008-04-11 12:00:00

NOAA, Google Join Forces to Visualise Scientific Data

NOAA's Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research and Google have signed a cooperative research and development agreement outlining how they will work together to create state-of-the-art visualizations of scientific data to illustrate how our planet works. "It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Here, we think NOAA's billions of bits of data are worth thousands of pictures," said Richard W. Spinrad, Ph.D., NOAA assistant administrator for oceanic and atmospheric research. "Through this agreement, Google's technical expertise will help to improve access to NOAA data in ways that allow the scientific community and the public to better... (read more)
2010-01-27 04:46:26

Over 60 World-leading Experts to Present at ILMF

The 16th edition of the International Lidar Mapping Forum (ILMF), taking place from 22-24 February 2016 in Denver, Colorado, USA, will focus on the latest aerial, terrestrial and underwater Lidar as well as emerging remote-sensing and data collection tools and technology. Applications include: asset management; civil infrastructure; coastal zone mapping; emergency services & disaster response; land and natural resource management; and urban modelling. The ILMF 2016 programme is comprised of more than 60 presentations, with world-leading experts discussing latest linear Lidar advances and applications, as well as new and complementary technologies, including Single Photon Counting, FLASH, and Geiger-Mode. The programme also... (read more)
2016-01-13 04:44:59

Registration CoastGIS 2011 Open

CoastGIS 2011 will be held in Ostend, Belgium, from 5th to 8th September 2011, hosted by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, IODE Project Office and Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) at the InnovOcean site on the quayside in Ostend.   CoastGIS 2011 is the tenth in the Conference series - a special occasion that we hope to make especially interesting and useful to the coastal and marine science, research and management communities. Many governments, including the European Commission acting at pan-European level, now formally recognise the importance of holistic Marine and Coastal Spatial Planning in order to meet the... (read more)
2011-03-17 10:32:29
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