GIS arrives at the Paris air show

GIS arrives at the Paris air show


For the first time at the Paris Air Show, GIS technology will be featured in a geospatial showcase as part of the official U.S. Pavilion. This showcase will demonstrate the increasing use of GIS in the aerospace community.

This year’s Paris Air Show ( ) will be held June 13–19, 2005, at the Le Bourget Airport in Paris, France. With more than 1,700 exhibitors, approximately a quarter of a million visitors, and a heritage dating back to 1909, the Paris Air Show is the leading international event for the aviation, aeronautics, and space industries.

ESRI is hosting the inaugural geospatial showcase. ESRI staff will be demonstrating the critical role that GIS plays in a number of aerospace fields.

-Aeronautical chart and information production
-Flight and mission planning
-Airport management
-Air force installations and environment
-Air force C4ISR systems

ESRI’s business partners will also be present in the showcase and will demonstrate a wide range of aerospace related solutions.

Analytical Graphics, Inc., BAE Systems, DigitalGlobe, Hewlett – Packard, Leica Geosystems, and MetaCarta shall also be participating in the show.