USA – The Carbon Project has announced support for Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) GML 3.2 in CarbonTools PRO, a geospatial software developer kit for the .NET framework. This update allows programmers to build rich spatial data infrastructure (SDI) applications to support tomorrow’s transportation, infrastructure and environmental challenges.
“The next generation of digital information flowing in and out SDI applications will be rich in details, and the chosen base specification for these many of these applications is OGC/ISO Geography Markup Language (GML) 3.2,” said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project.
The Carbon Project enhanced its CarbonTools PRO GML parser and data management modules to support advanced models in GML 3.2. This GML 3.2 parser helps developers build a new generation of dynamic transportation, infrastructure and environmental applications powered by rich geospatial data.
“The parsed GML content seamlessly merges with the numerous data types and sources supported by our CarbonTools PRO product. In addition, internal feature management and caching tools as well as the robust rendering functionality are all supported to help developers build GML 3.2-powered applications,” said Nuke Goldstein, CTO of The Carbon Project.
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In addition to new GML 3.2 parsers The Carbon Project included a major update to its popular Gaia geospatial viewer in CarbonTools PRO. The full Gaia 3.3 source code is provided with the CarbonTools PRO product – making it possible for developers to create and deploy advanced applications in minutes.