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Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

ERDAS Announces Extract the Frustration from Feature Extraction Free Webinar

PR – ERDAS announces Extract the Frustration from Feature Extraction, a free webinar on Thursday, June 5 at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. (EDT). This webinar will highlight the Beta release of IMAGINE Objective, a solution for building and maintaining accurate geospatial content, with object based multi-scale image classification and feature extraction technology.

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Bentley Yearbook Recognised as Best in Category

Bentley Systems, Incorporated announced that its recently published 180-page yearbook, “The Year in Infrastructure 2007,” has won the Graphic Arts Association’s Neographics 2008 award for Best of Book Category. Neographics is one of the largest regional graphic communications competitions in the United States in which graphic arts, packaging, converting, design, and publishing excellence is selected

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Small GEO Mission – Signature at ILA 2008

PR – Today – during the Berlin Air Show, ILA 2008 – ESA and Hispasat S.A. (Spain) signed a preliminary authorisation to proceed for the Small GEO Mission. This will launch the initial activities of an industrial consortium led by Hispasat. Read More

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

City University Summer 2008 Masterclass Series

PR – City University giCentre announce their programme of summer Masterclasses delivered by their internationally known group of academics, programmers, writers and entrepreneurs. City Masterclasses are delivered from an informed and neutral third perspective by those with deep knowledge of their subjects and proven teaching skills.

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Wrexham Benefits from Yotta DCL’s Highway Asset Mapping

PR – Yotta DCL’s unique automatic inventory surveying service is helping Wrexham County Borough Council develop its Highway Asset Management Programme (HAMP) for its entire 1223km highway network. The cutting-edge service will provide data for five groups of assets – gulleys, lit signs, unlit signs, street nameplates and footways. Using the data, Wrexham will be

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Spectra Precision Introduces Rugged Data Collector and New Field Software

PR – Spectra Precision announced today the addition of the Spectra Precision Nomad data collector running its new Field Surveyor 2.0 field software for its FOCUS 10 Total Stations and EPOCH 25 GPS Systems.

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Trimble Introduces Innovative GNSS Reference Sensor

PR – Trimble today introduced an innovative Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) reference sensor for infrastructure and network applications —the Trimble NetR3 GNSS reference sensor.Designed to seamlessly integrate into any Trimble VRS™ (Virtual Reference Station) network or other infrastructure application, the Trimble NetR3 offers a new option for tracking and streaming data. Using Trimble’s R-Track™

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

ERDAS Expands Belgium Office

PR – ERDAS announces the opening of a new office in Liège, Belgium. Effective May 27, 2008, ERDAS has moved from its Grâce-Hollogne, Belgium office to a new, larger location in Liège. Supporting ERDAS’ growth in Europe, the Liège office includes state-of-the art training and meeting facilities, in a convenient and central location for customers

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

Scottish Government to Tackle Noise Pollution

PR – The action plans, published by the Scottish Government this week, are based on innovative noise maps underpinned by Ordnance Survey data and created by acoustic experts Hamilton & McGregor. The maps cover all major roads, airports and rail lines. Users can search by postcode, zoom and move around to compare with other areas

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

September launch for ESA’s Gravity Mission GOCE

PR – A new launch date has been set for GOCE. The change of date is due to precautionary measures taken after the malfunction of an upper-stage section of a Russian Proton launcher. Now confirmed not to affect GOCE’s Rockot launcher, the most advanced gravity mission to date is scheduled for lift-off on 10 September