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July 1, 2013

Utility, transportation sectors build nascent mobile mapping industry


Orbit GT targets country’s mobile mapping demand, picks Calgary-based Solv3D as software reseller

At the Riegl Lidar 2013 user conference last week in Vienna, Austria, Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies named Calgary, Alberta-based Solv3D Ltd. as the reseller of its mobile and aerial mapping software products in Canada, where large asset and land owners involved in the natural resources, utility, transportation and infrastructure sectors, are increasingly realizing the cost benefits of mobile mapping.

“The mobile mapping market is just starting to unfold in Canada,” said Solv3D CEO Jeremy Rakai, who touted the “rich data sets” Orbit’s software creates and the platform’s robust ability to manage, view, extract, publish and embed in workflows as a major benefit for customers’ asset lifecycle management.

Johan Bonne, CEO of Orbit GT, headquartered in Lokeran, Belgium, said Solv3D, a global reseller of terrestrial, mobile and airborne software mapping and GIS software, was chosen as reseller because of its “specialization in panorama, point cloud and 3D modeling activities.”

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