Posts tagged as software

Serious penalties for ignorance

  Many of these applications still in the market today have been developed using technologies that are long past their “sell-by” date. They are not only unstable, but also susceptible to corruption. A good example is Visual Basic version 6, a programming language where Microsoft ended mainstream support for it nearly 10 years ago is […]

Flow computing easier with less hardware

  Krohne Oil & Gas has developed a flow computer software platform for fiscal and allocation metering skids for oil and gas applications. The existing flow computers in the market offered insufficient flexibility and calculation power required for this high end market. This computer software platform formed the basis for the flow computer application builder. […]

Harmonising and sharing geospatial data

Esri has joined the European Location Framework (ELF) project to assist in harmonising and sharing geospatial data across Europe. As part of the project team, Esri has agreed to a grant offer with EuroGeographics to help its 59 members implement ELFand INSPIRE compliant services. Under the grant, Esri will be providing the ArcGIS platform, including […]

Delivering IT application services

HP has announced the next generation of its data centre automation, orchestration and cloud management software, which is designed to enable enterprise IT to rapidly deliver services on a massive scale-on premises or via the cloud-to meet changing enterprise needs. HP is introducing a comprehensive, integrated portfolio of software and services that helps to automate […]

Modelling 3D features in a 2D environment

PCI Geomatics, a leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, has entered into a partnership with IAVO to distribute its 3D Feature Extract (3DFE) software. 3DFE provides users the ability to model 3D features in a 2D environment, by calculating feature heights and outlines through the use of overlapping satellite or aerial […]

Updated geology and mine planning software

GEOVIA, formerly known as Gemcom Software prior to its acquisition in 2012 by Dassault Systèmes, has released the latest version of the GEMS geology and mine planning software application. GEMS 6.5 provides many new features designed to save time and increase productivity. New tools enable much easier drillhole design, and then allow users to rapidly […]

Beta software release for image-processing projects

PCI Geomatics, has launched the beta version of its desktop software, Geomatica 2013. The beta program offers testers the opportunity to work with the latest version of Geomatica, where improvements have been made in key areas such as faster, efficient workflows for large image-processing projects, a new, easy-to-use interface for automated detection of clouds as […]