Following recent presentations in France and Italy, Laser-Scan was invited to showcase Radius Topology at Oracle Spatial Special Interest Groups (SIG) in both the United Kingdom and Germany.
Laser-Scan demonstrated Radius Topology’s role within sustainable interoperability, as well as the migration path now available from Oracle9i to Oracle Database 10g. This solution is the result of testing Radius Topology as part of the Oracle Database 10g beta programme. Laser-Scan has also developed version 2.5 of Radius Topology – enabling automatic correction of data inconsistencies for customers whose data includes a height (or “z”) value. This latest capability currently in the Radius Topology beta programme was also shared with the Oracle user community.
Laser-Scan’s Radius Topology is a dynamic topology management layer that was initially delivered on the Oracle9i platform. This means that Radius Topology acts as a “gatekeeper”, only allowing clean, accurate data into the database. Inconsistent data is automatically corrected, within the bounds of user-defined rules and without any significant disruption to the existing IT workflow. Radius Topology as the gatekeeper acts as an application that will create and maintain data within the Oracle10g topology storage model.