PCI Geomatics releases Geomatica 2012 Service Pack 2
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—April 12, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that it has released Geomatica 2012, Service Pack 2 (SP2).
This release contains maintenance fixes and includes all updates delivered since Geomatica 2012 Service Pack 1. The update is available for both Windows and Linux-based operating systems….
PCI Geomatics’ GXL Technology used to process 1m imagery for ArcGIS Online World Imagery Map
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—March 26, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that the GXL Cloud system it deployed for Esri in 2011 has successfully been used to process large volumes of 1 meter pansharpened Ikonos imagery. Imagery processed through the use of the GXL Cloud system is now available for free through ArcGIS Online.
The imagery processed using PCI’s GXL system was published to the ArcGIS Online World Imagery map earlier this month. Expanded coverage is now available for Korea and several countries in the Middle East and North Africa – with several more updates planned over the coming months. Samples of the imagery processed using PCI’s GXL technology can be accessed here: http://pci.gl/wdqxP7….
PCI Geomatics Announces Availability of Online Courses for Geomatica
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—March 22, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that it is now offering online courses for its desktop image processing software, Geomatica.
PCI has a large base of Geomatica customers throughout the world, and offers a number of resources to help new and experienced users get the most out of their software investment. Based on market research and customer feedback, instructor-led training continues to offer the highest value in terms of operational knowledge obtained versus instruction time/approach. Over the past few years, PCI has observed a shift towards offering training online, due to the convenience it offers in terms of travel and the reduced time commitment (because there is no travel required to participate)….
PCI Geomatics Releases GXL Aerial v2.1
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—March 20, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world leading developer of geo- imaging software and systems, today announces the release of its GeoImaging Accelerator Aerial (GXL-Aerial) version 2.1; the latest version of the company’s high-speed, high-volume multi CPU/GPU distributed processing software for aerial workflows.
Following feedback from its user base, PCI has made numerous improvements to the GXL including increases in accuracy and speed, advanced automation, and an enhanced user experience. GXL Aerial v2.1 also adds support for the DMC camera format providing wider usability and flexibility….
PCI Geomatics and University of New Brunswick receive Innovation Award
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—March 7, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that it was the co-recipient of a prestigious Synergy Award for Innovation for 2011, along with the University of New Brunswick (UNB).
The Synergy Awards for Innovation were launched in 1995 by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to recognize partnerships in natural sciences and engineering research and development between universities and Canadian industry. Since their inception, the Awards have honored the most outstanding achievements of university-industry collaboration in the natural sciences and engineering….
Education Alliance Agreement signed with Northeastern University
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—March 01, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that it has signed an Education Alliance agreement with Northeastern University (NEU), located in Boston, MA.
In order to promote cooperation and knowledge exchange, PCI Geomatics has created the ‘PCI Geomatics Education Alliance Program’ designed to create strong reciprocal relationships with select educational institutions. Under the terms of the Alliance Program, PCI Geomatics provides software licenses to support teaching and research activities in exchange for insights into the work being conducted at the University with PCI Geomatics software. The program fosters communication between the University and PCI scientists, and provides an outlet to the commercial world, highlighting the work conducted at the University using PCI Geomatics software….
PCI Geomatics launches GXL Professional Production Services
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, Canada—February 10, 2012: PCI Geomatics, a world-leading developer of geoimaging software and systems, announced today that it is now offering image processing services — leveraging its award winning GeoImaging Accelerator (GXL) technology.
PCI has invested significantly in developing highly automated, high-performance image production systems designed to process large volumes of imagery quickly, efficiently, and with a high degree of quality. A service which leverages these systems is now available through PCI’s new GXL Professional Production Services. The GXL Professional Production Services are ideally suited to help customers who are faced with sudden peaks in demand for their color-balanced, orthorectified mosaic products, derived from raw aerial or satellite imagery. Calling upon PCI’s GXL Professional Production Services can provide these customers with additional processing capacity….