US – The Carbon Project announces a new affordable license that puts Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) usability within reach of every ArcGIS desktop user. OGC SDI is a suite of standards used by government agencies around the world to promote digital geospatial data sharing and exploitation.
The SDI User license is part of CarbonArc PRO 1.6, the most advanced tools available for OGC SDI usability on ESRI ArcGIS 9.2. “Never before has the GIS user been able to combine ArcGIS and advanced discovery, analysis,transaction management and security tools for OGC SDI with such ease and speed,” said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project.
“ArcGIS users are the most powerful potential group of participants in national and international SDIs. CarbonArc PRO 1.6 provides these users with the most advanced tools for framework data, geoscience, climate change,cross-border, coalition operations, critical infrastructure, and regulatory SDI operations,” said Harrison.
ArcGIS users that want to be on the vanguard of this movement can try thefree download now and get the SDI User license online for just $295 at https://www.thecarbonproject.com/carbonarc.php.
CarbonArc PRO 1.6 includes the Secure SDI extension for unprecedented geospatial security including role-based access control, security by geographic area, security by OGC operations, and security down to specific geographic features.
CarbonArc PRO has been selected by multiple customers and featured in many recent SDI projects.
CarbonArc PRO was developed with CarbonTools PRO, an extension to Microsoft.NET that lets software developers add advanced geospatial interoperability to any Microsoft Windows application.