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Laser-Scan joining Intergeo 2002

10th September 2002. Laser-Scan has announced that it will be attending the prestigious Intergeo 2002 show in conjunction with GeoCad, the photogrammetry specialists.

Laser-Scan will be demonstrating a number of solutions to help users to get the most from their spatial data.

Radius Topology

Radius Topology is an advanced spatial processing environment, which extends the Oracle9i database and provides dramatic improvements to the speed and consistency of spatial data handling. Since its launch in June Laser-Scan has received a huge amount of interest in Radius Topology from such prestigious companies as Autodesk and Intergraph.

Generalisation

Laser-Scan will demonstrate its capabilities in deriving multiple products from a single database. The MAGNET programme is driving the development of Laser-Scan’s new Clarity product. This is a chance to get a preview of some of the new functionality that Clarity will offer. Laser-Scan’s generalisation technology forms part of a project at three German state mapping agencies (Baden-Württemberg, Rheinland-Pfalz and
Nordrhein-Westfalen)

Photogrammetry

Laser-Scan and GeoCad will show how the integration of Laser-Scan’s mapping applications with SOCET SET®, the world leading photogrammetric solution, can deliver huge benefits for industries from mining to local government.

Our stand partners GeoCad will be demonstrating 3D terrain modelling, true orthophoto generation and the delivery of virtual reality datasets over the web. In the light of recent events in Germany and across Europe, GeoCad will show how their applications can aid in planning for flood prevention.