Here’s a quick round-up of 3D-related press releases and news items from the INTERGEO 2010 show, held this week in Cologne, Germany:
Can GIS on the Internet help to resolve the most pressing problems facing the Earth? That and others were the questions that ESRI President Jack Dangermond discussed at INTERGEO 2010.
And just in case you wanted more on the Dangermond-winning-Global-Citizen-Award story, here’s the full press release on that.
• Point of Beginning has the INTERGEO basic press release, which we can’t seem to link to directly from INTERGEO. They’ve got the numbers at 16,500 “visitors,” with 500 exhibitors.
• Orbit GT announced support for VisionMap’s A3 imagery in all Orbit Strabo Photogrammetry products.
• Trimble introduced the DSS WideAngle, the latest option for its medium-format, directly georeferenced aerial imaging system. It is “a practical, cost-effective solution for many aerial mapping applications.”
• SimActive announced that version 3.0 of its Correlator3D software is ready to rock and roll. Apparently, “This new version will set a new standard for efficiency and accuracy in photogrammetry.”
• Nikon-Trimble introduced the Nikon® Nivo 1.C one- second angle accuracy, reflectorless mechanical total station.
• AeroGRID announced it has added full aerial coverage of France and Spain, thanks to new partners IGN and CNIG Espana.
• RIEGL launched the new VZ-1000, a laser scanner for long-range applications, such as mining.
• Hemisphere GPS released its R320 – the first GNSS receiver built on Hemisphere GPS’ new Eclipse II OEM board.