30 June 2009:Infoterra announces new agent for oil seeps data
Infoterra Ltd, a leader in the provision of geospatial products and services, today announced the appointment of McElhanney Consulting Services, as its agent in Canada for global oil seeps data.
25 June 2009: Imass Ensures that Standardisation Brings Big Benefits for Acergy
Imass Ltd, an Infoterra company and Autodesk’s leading UK partner, has played a key role in supporting the Acergy Group, a global seabed-to-surface engineering and construction contractor, in carrying out a major licensing audit and consolidation of its Computer Aided Design (CAD) capability. This project is part of Acergy’s exercise to standardise its entire IT resources across all of its international sites.
25 June 2009: Infoterra announces GeoImaging User Group Conference 2009
Following last year’s successful conference, Infoterra Ltd is pleased to announce that its GeoImaging User Group Conference 2009 will take place on 28th-29th September at St. Anne’s College, Oxford.
Providing a valuable opportunity to learn from the experts, this year’s two day residential conference will enable ERDAS imaging software users to look at the advantages of product updates and future developments, as well as participate in workshops.
23 June 2009: Infoterra completes largest oil slick mapping project of offshore Seychelles
Infoterra Ltd has completed an oil slick mapping and interpretation project of offshore Seychelles in collaboration with Seychelles Petroleum Company (Seypec). This is the largest slick mapping project ever undertaken of offshore Seychelles – with the acquisition of over 150 radar satellite scenes across the 500,000 km2 area.
Infoterra’s team of experts characterised and ranked all oil slicks, as probable natural seepage or man-made pollution, immediately the satellite imagery was received.
18 June 2009: Infoterra to develop Land Administration Valuation & Information Management System for the island of Mauritius
Infoterra has today announced it has been appointed to deliver a new Land Administration, Valuation & Information Management System (LAVIMS) for the Government of Mauritius, Ministry of Housing & Lands.
The LAVIMS project is being carried out by Infoterra Ltd, which leads a consortium of highly-experienced companies and consultants to deliver this project over two years.
18 June 2009: The Spot Infoterra Group to supply Serbia with a national spatial data infrastructure
In partnership with IGN France International, the Spot Infoterra Group – and Astrium division – will supply the Serbian Geodesy Institute (RGZ) with the means to become the central supplier of geoinformation data for public and private institutions in Serbia. Spot Infoterra is a world leader in the field of geoinformation products and services. The contract is worth €15 million approximately
04 June 2009: Imass selected to provide hydrant and water source management system for three fire & rescue services
Imass Ltd, an Infoterra company, announced today that it is to supply the fire & rescue services in Buckinghamshire, Dorset and Lincolnshire with hydrant and water source asset management systems to support front-line fire crews.
06 May 2009: Infoterra develops & hosts new portal to power Stanfords online capability
Infoterra Ltd has developed and delivered a new Portal to power Stanfords Business Mapping’s online capability.
This Portal for Stanfords Business Mapping, a leading retail supplier of maps and map data, will give their customers easy access to a wide range of geospatial data – maps for planning applications, large/small scale map data, aerial photography and height data – via one online resource.
02 April 2009: Bedfordshire & Luton Fire & Rescue Service selects Imass to provide a hydrant management system
Imass Ltd, an Infoterra company, has been selected by Bedfordshire & Luton Fire & Rescue Service to implement a fire hydrant and water source asset management system. This will be utilised by the service’s water officer and will provide accurate information to front-line fire crews on location via their Imass vehicle-mounted data systems.