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…news on VTracker, Autodesk LandXplorer Studio, 3D city mapping tool…

24 September 2009: Infoterra launches VTracker a visual resource tracking system

VTracker, part of the Imass product suite, enables mobile resources to be tracked and locations viewed in real-time on aerial photography or maps.
This system is ideal for many police, fire & rescue, security and transportation operations where the management of multiple resources which could be located in different places across a broad geographical area is required.

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17 September 2009: Infoterra Ltd signs agreement to sell Autodesk LandXplorer Studio

Infoterra Ltd has extended its portfolio of end-to-end geospatial products and services through an agreement with Autodesk Inc to resell LandXplorer Studio in the UK.

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16 September 2009: Infoterra prepares launch of cutting edge 3D city mapping tool – Skape

Infoterra Ltd is to launch in the United Kingdom a brand new 3D city mapping service later this year which it says “will have to be seen to be believed”.

Named Skape, its applications are diverse, providing B2B professionals with presentational 3D city and mapping data, as well as high accuracy building information of the UK’s major cities.

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25 August 2009: Space technology used to fight forest fires in Greece

SAFER, coordinated by Infoterra France, is an emergency service that produces maps from satellite images, as part of the GMES programme.

On Sunday 23 August, at 20:15, the Hellenic General Secretariat for Civil Protection requested that the European Services and Applications for Emergency Response (SAFER) be put in to effect to help fight the fires raging around Athens.
Developed as part of the European Commission’s Global Monitoring for the Environment and Security (GMES) programme, SAFER is an emergency service that produces maps from satellite images to help the work of disaster and emergency services. The European Space Agency will ask several satellite operators, including Spot Image, to supply images of the Athens area. The Greek Civil Protection teams will then receive a series of maps showing how the situation is developing on the ground. The maps will also allow Greek authorities to accurately measure the extent of the damage caused by the fires.

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