Free Trial of INSPIRE Compliant Software09/11/2011
|With the release of Spatial Fusion Enterprise v5.6, CARIS is offering a free trial of its web mapping software. Along with new and improved features, Spatial Fusion Enterprise has implemented View and Feature Download Services in line with the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe (INSPIRE) directive. The objective of this release is to provide hydrographic charting agencies with the software tools needed to share their data interoperably.|
Peter Schwarzberg, marine solutions manager at CARIS in The Netherlands, says that Spatial Fusion Enterprise provides a seamless solution for sharing hydrographic data on the internet, making marine geospatial information accessible to a wider audience.
Through this release, CARIS has also added support for those features in the INSPIRE Annex I Hydrography scheme that also appear in the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) S-57 Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC) data standard.
To support organisations interested in activating the free trial, there will be a live, web-based tutorial to guide people through using the software.
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