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ERDAS to meet global intelligence fraternity

Norcross, US: ERDAS will attend Defense Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, UK, January 24-27, 2011. DGI facilitates high-level discussion of the importance and challenges of using geospatial intelligence in defence and national security operations.

ERDAS and partner Astrium GEO-Information Services (formerly Infoterra) are both corporate sponsors for this year’s conference and will be sharing exhibition space. During the event, ERDAS will showcase the new ERDAS 2011 Software Release, which includes updated and enhanced versions of ERDAS IMAGINE, LPS, ERDAS APOLLO, ERDAS Extensions for ArcGIS and other leading desktop and server products. Portfolio-wide changes for the ERDAS 2011 Software Release include the ability to localise ERDAS products for a global audience, integrated support for Bing Maps base imagery and map data and distributed processing throughout the desktop offerings.

“ERDAS is especially looking forward to introducing the defence and intelligence community to the enhanced imagery analysis workflow in ERDAS IMAGINE 2011. We are also anticipating a high level of interest in our data management and delivery solution, ERDAS APOLLO,” said Andy Garratt, Sales Director, EMEA.

Source: ERDAS