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Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Blue Marble to Demonstrate European Geographic Areas at INTERGEO

Blue Marble Geographics announced that they will be demonstrating the latest advances in coordinate conversion technology with the Geographic Calculator 7.0 at INTERGEO 2007. This pending major release of their comprehensive, flexible and powerful coordinate conversion tool introduces coordinate transformation that allows users to select the datum shift of their choice. Most coordinate conversion tools available

Monday, September 17th, 2007


CoastLearn is a distance vocational training package on Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) that makes extensive use of the electronic media. This self-learning tool targets primarily coastal managers and planners working at local, sub-national, and national levels. The secondary target groups are university students and NGOs. Read More

Sunday, September 16th, 2007

xpedx Makes Special Effects Printing Affordable, Eliminates Complexity

Lenticular printing-customers like it because it grabs attention, increases product recognition and boosts sales.  xpedx introduces Opticular(TM) for digital special effects, a production package for lenticular printing that gives print and creative professionals an easy and inexpensive way to produce special effects such as zoom, flip, 3D imaging, motion and morph. Read More

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

Hi-tech ‘bird’ Looking for Gold in the Hills

A high tech $350,000 Canadian “bird” is flying above the Richmond Ranges looking deep into the hills for gold this week. The large torpedo shaped sensor is suspended beneath a helicopter that has been surveying parts of the ranges to the north-west of Blenheim. It’s known colloquially as a bird. Read More

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Garmin GMR 24: Big Power in a Small Dome

“The GMR 24 is the ultimate in versatility when it comes to marine radar,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales. “The unit features four thousand watts of transmit power, dual rotation speed for faster near-target updates, and plug-and-play reliability on the Garmin Marine Network — with a footprint that works on almost

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Infoterra and geomer Provide Flood Information Online

The FloodServer, a novel platform designed to provide extensive flood risk information for the whole of Europe quickly, reliably and easily accessible for everybody is now available online at The geo-information service providers Infoterra GmbH and geomer GmbH present detailed maps and information about past and potential future flood events at the rivers Rhine,

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Bentley Releases Significant Update to Bentley AutoPIPE XM

A significant update to Bentley AutoPIPE XM Edition – leading software for calculating piping code stresses, loads, and deflections under both static and dynamic loading conditions – provides improved productivity and increased interoperability with other computer-aided design (CAD) and analysis products. Bentley AutoPIPE XM analyzes systems of any complexity, with special features for buried pipeline

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Researchers Create New Firefighting Tool – FireBug

“This device is basically a radio, and on top of it is a sensor board which contains GPS,” said U.C. Berkeley Professor Nicholas Sitar. Now imagine thousands of these sensors raining down from a helicopter or plane, landing in front of an oncoming wildfire. “Often times in rugged terrain or with lots of smoke it’s

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

GEOMAGIC and GE Energy Present Global GIS Solution GTO 4

In time for one of the most important GIS events – the INTERGEO 2007 – GEOMAGIC will present the newest GIS solutions for pipeline operators: GeoCP and Global Transmission Office 4.1 (GTO). GeoCP is another important component for the Smallworld-GIS based Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS). GTO 4.1 has been a topic for quite a

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

A-Prime Software Enhances ESRI’s ArcGIS Platform

Scott David, Vice President of DPRA, announced today the launch of a new division of the company, called A-Prime Software.  A-Prime will now provide enhancement technologies that address the limitations of the current ArcGIS ESRI platform used by so many GIS professionals–from environmental engineers and mining analysts to geologists and construction developers.

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