Listech has announched the launch of its new software Neo, a new generation geospatial software that offers exciting functionality with increased productivity and ease of use. The Key to Neo is the ability to design and tailor attribute definitions to suit client needs. Defining attributes with Neo is easy; one can create them automatically simply by importing from another system or easily add and edit them with the powerful Neo functionality. Attributes can also be set to automatically populate with default values and optionally increment as objects are created. Neo allows you to deliver product tailored exactly to your client needs.
Neo seamlessly transfers information to and from GIS, BIM, CAD, Google Earth, Leica DBX, XML, LISCAD and many other systems, making it extremely versatile for combining, manipulating and moving data between various office systems and/or the field. Neo allows you to deliver product in the client’s desired format. Neo’s integrated 2D/3D environment, where What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG), allows viewing of all the information in 2D and 3D. This visual reality combined with extremely fast graphics and streamlined workflow ensures maximum productivity; and the modern new generation interface includes a customisable ribbon and quick access tool bar for tailored ease of use.
Designed for global use; units, precision's, display options, annotation styles and reports are configurable allowing local presentation requirements to be met anywhere in the world. Further, the Neo database supports any language and the interface can be translated to any language. Key for the field surveyor is Neo’s integrated measurement database, for complete control over the processing and reduction of field surveys, and the quality control that comes from the measurement /object relationships inherent in the Neo system.
Rigorous geodetic computations and editing functionality allow information collected in the field to be reduced, new objects created and data from all sources to be edited or manipulated. All or selected data can then be seamlessly transferred to field instruments for setout or to other systems such as GIS and BIM for other purposes. Coordinate systems may be plane or geodetic. All coordinate systems using known ellipsoids, projections, transformations and geoid models are supported. Transformations can be performed between coordinate systems.