At the International Highway Engineering Exchange Program (HEEP) in Cheyenne, Wyo., Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions is showcasing its latest advances in open interoperable solutions through a series of presentations and demonstrations using datasets from Departments of Transportation (DOTs) nationwide. On display in the Intergraph booths is a broad array of geospatial, Web mapping and imaging technologies that provide industry specific functionality while ensuring enterprisewide, seamless access to interstate and road inventory and asset data.
Intergraph is giving first-time demonstrations of new, breakthrough functionality designed to increase productivity and improve daily decision making and management for engineers, planners and administrators in DOTs, including:
Support for both linear referencing and sophisticated routing in a single linear network
A new Interoperability Kit for complete data access through Oracle between Intergraph, Autodesk, Laser-Scan and MapInfo’s tools and technologies, regardless of the application used to create, analyze or view the spatial data (see release, Intergraph Collaborates on Interoperability with other OGC Members Autodesk, Laser-Scan and MapInfo for More Customer Choices and Better Flexibility, Sept.17, 2003)
A soon-to-be released front-end map component to the Corps of Engineers Hydrological Engineering Center’s Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) that allows hydrologists to visualize their spatial and hydrologic information. The new product uses GeoMedia® and GeoMedia Grid to develop hydrologic modeling parameters and generate input files for HEC-HMS.