1Spatial, global specialists in spatial big data management, is today launching 1Edit. A revolutionary, touch-screen-compatible solution, 1Edit offers fast and intuitive data-editing in the field or office.
SPECIM, Spectral Imaging, Ltd., announces the release of SpecSensor SDK, a software development kit for rapid development of data acquisition and camera control application using SPECIM's hyperspectral sensors. Rich of 17 years of experience in both hardware and software development, SPECIM is investing a lot of effort in order to provide customers with the next generation tools they need to insure their success. SpecSensor SDK is a first milestone and will help the customers in building their own software, even before the sensor hardware can be made available. With SpecSensor SDK, it is possible to control SPECIM's hyperspectral sensor parameters and acquire the data in a unified manner.
map.apps by con terra is a modern standard WebGIS-Client, but it is also far more than that. map.apps also provides users with an innovative development platform, which allows customers and partners to implement their own solutions with extreme efficiency, ranging from the addition of individual widgets and functions to the development of entire technical procedures or expansion packages. con terra has taken this first step of activating a new portal in accordance with its objective of creating and developing an active user and developer community.
PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, announced today that it now supports KOMPSAT-3 imagery within its software suite. KOMPSAT-3, a new satellite built and operated by the Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) was launched on May 12th, 2012 from the Tanegashima Space Center of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan. KOMPSAT-3 is an optical imaging satellite capable of imaging the Earth with a resolution of 0.70 m Panchromatic and 2.8 m Multispectral (Blue, Green, Red, Near-IR). KOMPSAT-3 includes the Advanced Earth Imaging Sensor System (AEISS), which is a high-resolution imager (Pan and MS). This prime instrument of the mission was developed by KARI.