Oblique Imagery exhibit for Public Safety

Oblique Imagery exhibit for Public Safety

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Orlando, USA, August 2, 2007: MultiVision USA, a provider of high-resolution oblique imagery and 3D viewing software, will demonstrate public safety applications of oblique aerial photography at APCO International’s 73rd Annual Conference & Exposition. APCO, the Association of Public Communications Officers, brings together professionals from public safety and communications in August every year.

MultiVision USA representatives will be on hand to discuss the wide variety of public safety applications that MultiVision technology addresses. Specifically, into the applications of oblique viewing technology by the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department and a number of other agencies in metropolitan Kansas City through a unique cooperative program.

MultiVision technology enables users to view infrastructure in true 3D and run simulation analyses, like floods and storm surges, in their GIS environment without third-party vendors or expensive add-on modules. In less than a year, this solution has become a favorite oblique viewing tool in Property Appraisal, Public Safety and Public Works applications.

“We’re excited to demonstrate how public safety professionals from across the country can use our technology to keep their citizens safe,” said Dave Ledgerwood, President of MultiVision USA. “Law enforcement and emergency management organizations are increasingly recognizing the value that MultiVision technology provides when it comes to planning and actively responding to incidents. We’re sure APCO attendees will see the potential, too.”