Live Demonstration of CARIS Onboard

During the Shallow Survey 2015 conference held in Plymouth, UK, Teledyne and CARIS showcased the latest capabilities in autonomous survey operations with a live demonstration. For this demonstration a Z-boat with MB1 multibeam sonar and CARIS Onboard was given a survey line plan and deployed in the Mississippi River at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. The raster files were viewed at the CARIS stand at Shallow Survey in Plymouth, some 4,500 miles away. CARIS Onboard is a near-real-time processing software program that automates the processing workflow for bathymetry and imagery data. Especially suited to remote operations utilising autonomous or unmanned platforms, CARIS Onboard... (read more)
2015-10-19 01:33:11

MrSID for iXSurvey

iXSurvey has recently purchased LizardTech’s GeoExpress software. The company acquires hydrographic and geophysical data which is crucial for both offshore and coastal engineering projects. GeoExpress is now being used to convert their raster images to MrSID, an industry-standard compression format and one that is natively read by nearly all geo-based software.   LizardTech has recently released the latest version of their image compression and preparation software; GeoExpress 8. This new product introduces a new version of the MrSID format; MG4 which allows users to compress a huge range of raster formats to the industry standard compression format and to compress... (read more)
2011-05-09 02:17:01

Scottish Government Awards OceanWise with 4-year GIS Marine Data Contract

OceanWise has been awarded the framework agreement for the provision of GIS marine data to the Scottish government. The company will be delivering marine mapping data products and services including Marine Themes Vector, Marine Themes Digital Elevation Model (DEM), Raster Charts and Raster Charts eXcluding Land (XL) to central government departments and agencies as well as regional councils, all of whom will benefit from having access to the data for decision support and asset management. OceanWise’s data mapping products have been designed to provide data that is fit for purpose, in the right format, accurate and up to date. Marine Themes... (read more)
2018-06-08 12:20:30

Teledyne CARIS Releases HPD 3.2

Teledyne CARIS has released Hydrographic Production Database (HPD) 3.2. As part of the CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution, HPD offers an integrated suite of products for managing data in a seamless database, providing simultaneous data compilation by multiple users. This release offers features which will allow HPD users to implement new workflows, create new products and obtain even more value from their database. HPD 3.2 expands the range of products that can be generated. The Tiled Raster product creates image tiles from usage data, which can be served as background data for use with on-line services. The Atlas production capabilities have been... (read more)
2016-08-22 11:28:28

SeaZone Supports Campaign to Protect UK Seas

SeaZone is backing a major campaign to establish Marine Protected Areas around the UK. The specialist in marine information and mapping has donated highly detailed coastal maps of the UK to the Marine Conservation Society, a charity dedicated to protecting the seas, shores and wildlife. The SeaZone Chartered Raster maps will be used to build an interactive website promoting marine reserves at the local, regional and national level, encouraging the general public to votes for sites they believe need protection.     The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to caring for the seas, shores and wildlife.... (read more)
2009-11-11 02:06:05

Assessing Offshore Energy Risks

Detailed marine mapping is being used to identify and understand the risks associated in the siting of offshore renewable energy installations. Purchased by Abbott Risk Consulting, the SeaZone data is being used to explore the impact of new installations on other marine users and in support of studies involving Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modelling.     Abbott Risk Consulting (ARC) undertakes navigational safety and engineering risk management in the offshore oil and gas and renewables sectors. The data purchased from SeaZone, including SeaZone HydroSpatial and SeaZone Charted Raster, is being used by ARC to support an increasing number of studies,... (read more)
2009-09-04 01:37:29

Maritime Toolbar (MTB) for Esri Users

UK-based OceanWise has developed a Maritime Toolbar (MTB) for ArcMap so maritime users on an Esri platform can take advantage of the functionality previously only available to Cadcorp SIS users. The toolbar includes 31 tools that can support existing workflows and increase productivity - thus improving the return on GIS investment. This new add-in extends the GIS functionality commonly used within the maritime sector to ArcMap 10.1 and above. Benefits of MTB include: Streamlining everyday tasks to improve efficiency Simplified batch processing tools to automate repetitive or large-scale processing Raster processing tools including hill shading, slope analysis, contouring and a... (read more)
2015-10-08 11:02:51

SpatialDirect 2006

Safe Software Inc. has released SpatialDirect 2006, the most recent version of the company's spatial data distribution and transformation technology for the web. SpatialDirect allows organisations to easily and efficiently deliver map data via the web, in many different formats and coordinate systems. SpatialDirect 2006 now supports raster data both as source (import) and destination (export) formats. SpatialDirect also supports custom data formats, which can be created in Safe Software's FME Workbench and then used as source data in SpatialDirect. This release also has a generic translation capability, enabling organisations to easily distribute data when the structure of the source... (read more)
2006-02-21 12:00:00

It’s All About Location, Location, Location

Hydro international Interviews Steve Hagan
The rate of data growth is climbing exponentially, thanks to new sensors, new social networks and new ways to create and capture data. In response, Oracle is tackling four issues on behalf of its customers: supporting big data, simplifying IT, providing deep analytics and enabling implementations either on the cloud or on-premise. Hydro International speaks to Steve Hagan, vice president of development for server technologies at Oracle Corporation about the organisation’s relationships with key geospatial software and data suppliers, its special concentration on very large databases, and its focus on addressing ‘spatial intelligence’ and the mainstreaming of location into business... (read more)
2012-10-05 04:34:51

Safe Software Supports SQL Server 2008

Safe Softwar's FME spatial ETL (extract, transform, and load) platform will support the spatial data capabilities made available in the SQL Server 2008 November Community Technology Preview (CTP). In the FME 2008 beta, SQL Server users will be able to see firsthand how they can use FME's data translation, transformation and integration capabilities to read and write spatial data to SQL Server 2008.   FME 2008 provides a graphical authoring environment that enables SQL Server 2008 November CTP users to read and write SQL Server-based spatial data, as well as over 200 other CAD, GIS, raster and database formats. They... (read more)
2007-11-14 09:59:50
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