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Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

The Deepwater Horizon Spill Showcases the Integrative Power of GIS

The ongoing natural disaster that is the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill provides both a showcase for the power of geospatial technology for rapid response to natural disasters, and the conflict between data control and providing people with a timely and clear understanding of a dynamic disaster response. Drew Stephens, founder of the GIS Institute,

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

IGN France International – Global Geographic Engineering

IGN France International operates around the globe,  providing geographic engineering services to institutions, private industry and other government agencies interested in acquiring expertise. Recently the company moved into a new direction with a new thrust. Jeff Thurston, editor of V1 Magazine interviews Nathalie Marthe-Bismuth, IGN France International general manager to learn more about the company

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Greeley Proves that Flexible Web GIS Creates Value

The current state of the Web GIS platform provides a great deal of flexibility for the creative GIS manager to address business problems. The context of a city provides perhaps the best illustration of this point, as GIS is often central to a diverse array of functions. V1 editor Matt Ball spoke with Brian Sullivan,

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

Bentley Focuses on Tightly Integrating Products

Bentley Systems has recently launched a 3D City Model campaign that builds upon a number of their platform technologies, and their long history of working in three dimensions. V1 Editor Matt Ball spoke with Bob Mankowski, senior director of software development, about the company’s geospatial strategy and tool set. Mankowski was recently promoted to a

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Interview: Yaron Vilan – CEO of VISIONMAP

VisionMap emerges from Israel as a successful digital aerial camera manufacturer. Based upon new approaches for gathering high resolution images over wide areas, the company has gained attention with it’s A3 system. Vector1 Media editor Jeff Thurston interviewed CEO Yaron Vilan to learn about the company and the revolutionary new products.  

Monday, May 17th, 2010

ERDAS Focuses on Cutting through the Data Deluge

ERDAS has recently released ERDAS Software 2010, Version 10.1, which traces an imagery and geospatial data manipulation workflow from the raw image to the Internet. V1 editor Matt Ball spoke with Joel Campbell, who became president of ERDAS in December of 2009, about the company’s product focus and strategy.

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Interview: Peter Large – General Manager of Trimble Mapping & GIS Division

Surveying and GIS technologies continue to expand and grow. Trimble has initiated a market solutions group to help early adopters capture the benefits of new technology applications across a spectrum of sectors. Vector1 Media editor Jeff Thurston interviews Peter Large, General Manager of Trimble’s Mapping & GIS Division on this initiative and other events within

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

SSTL – Returning Value from Space

Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) is a UK based company operating within the EADS Astrium group of companies. SSTL has a long and distinguished history originating as a university effort before evolving as a world leader in space based research and technologies.  The company is focused on providing a return to investors and figures prominently

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Autodesk Charts a Path to Enable More Integrated and Sustainable Projects

Autodesk has been pulling together a portfolio of products around the efficiency gains that can be realized with model-based design. The product strategy of their AEC group has evolved to specifically focus on project design, performance and execution now, rather than simply individual design and engineering products. V1 editor Matt Ball recently attended the Autodesk

Sunday, April 4th, 2010

Ashtech Gets Reborn as a More Complete Measurement Company

The news that the Ashtech brand name would replace Magellan Professional was announced in early January. This trusted brand name has a rich history, and the return comes with a clear focus on the needs of professional users. V1 Editor Matt Ball spoke with Francois Erceau, vice president and general manager, about the changes related

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