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Spheron-VR presents new SceneCenter software with GIS technology support

Germany: Spheron-VR AG, known globally as pioneers in HDR (High Dynamic Range) camera technology and experts in visual content management software, announces the forthcoming version of their SceneCenter software.

This latest version 3.0 of the SceneCenter software will include full support for GIS systems (geographic information service), hereby providing georeferenced positioning for all assets within SceneCenter and the integration of customer-GIS-maps into projects.

SceneCenter offers the production for virtual onsite scene documentation and provides tailored solutions for Governmental Applications such as Crime Scene documentation, Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection and also Industrial Applications such as Rail, Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Utilities and Construction.

Offering improved workflow efficiencies, multiple GIS data sources may now be integrated simultaneously – providing a comprehensive portal where the proven SceneCenter technologies can be connected to many of the industry-leading GIS systems.

SceneCenter documentation allows virtual access to a scene or a site from anywhere at any time. This offers a complete new approach to knowledge-aggregation and knowledge-sharing, such as from a crime scene through to court or from an onsite critical location through to the desk of analyzers or decision makers.

The forthcoming integration of GIS technology will now allow clients to connect spherical imagery to georeferenced data resources, take 3D photogrammetric measurement and interconnect both GIS and spherical imagery to all kinds of other digital asset information.

The version 3.0 of SceneCenter with GIS integration will be made available on the SceneCenter’s Server and Client application installations, as well as on Standalone version too.

SpheronVR is debuting this SceneCenter v3.0 software this week at this year’s RailTech Europe Expo held in Utrecht, Netherlands,  26-28 March 2019  (visit stand no 7.011 ).