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Intergraph boosts Geomedia’s power for increased productivity in geospatial workflows

Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions today announced Version 5.1 of the GeoMedia(R) product suite, the latest release of desktop and web mapping visualization and analysis solutions for the enterprise. Version 5.1 further extends GeoMedia’s powerful technology to manage and distribute geospatial and business information throughout the enterprise.

GeoMedia Version 5.1 speeds the collection, manipulation, and presentation of geospatial data, resulting in time savings for professionals performing common maintenance and editing operations for generating paper and digital maps, the most popular methods of displaying geospatial data. New functionality will increase productivity and usability in land information management, geospatial resource management, geospatial data management and cartography, and geospatial intelligence applications.

The enhanced GeoMedia suite of products for the desktop and the Web will be available during the first half of 2003. Intergraph is now shipping version 5.1 of GeoMedia and GeoMedia Professional. Innovative functionality to access, integrate, and analyze geospatial data GeoMedia 5.1 represents the accumulation of the industry’s best tools, specifically designed to facilitate the use of valuable spatial data throughout the enterprise. Key functionality enhanced in the GeoMedia product suite includes:

— Capture and editing functionality optimized for geospatial data collection and maintenance

— Batch plotting and interactive map composition capabilities within the GeoMedia environment – Version 5.1 includes new SmartPlot utilities to interactively compose maps using common layout sheets, templates, and legends or automatically batch process multiple layout sheets from multiple GeoWorkspaces.

— Capabilities have been added in version 5.1 to allow organizations to define enterprise-wide style guides for the consistent use of style – including color, patterns, and line weights – when displaying features, such as interstate, rivers, and area boundaries.

— Oracle view support expands interoperability between data sources – GeoMedia Professional version 5.1 extends functionality for the Oracle Object Model data server to handle read/write access to most types of views beyond previous support of simple views.