Intergraph, a provider of engineering and geospatial software, has introduced new software capabilities for its widely deployed geospatial intelligence production system to enable the defense and intelligence community to create quality geospatial analysis products efficiently.
Intergraph’s geospatial intelligence production system is now enhanced for hardcopy production, and is available to defense and intelligence agencies to facilitate workflow for collecting, viewing, manipulating, and producing geospatial products. Users will benefit from increased quality and efficiency when producing large-scale maps to specification.
Intergraph ImageStation Stereo for GeoMedia enables intelligence professionals to perform photogrammetric 3D data capture using stereo imagery of aerial and satellite sensors in a GIS environment. Analysts use the tools to interactively collect, update and manipulate geometry and attributes of map features, as well as to enable automatic attribution and geometric validation. The toolset optimizes the data collection workflow, which delivers accurate data, said Intergraph.
Defense and intelligence agencies can also leverage the capabilities of ImageStation Stereo Viewer for GeoMedia, which provides a foundational reading capability enabling users to view stereo imagery, display legends and measure features in 3D, added Intergraph.
Gen Pellicci, general manager of the federal, security and intelligence business unit at Intergraph, said: By augmenting our geospatial intelligence production solution with ImageStation Stereo for GeoMedia and GeoMedia Feature Cartographer, we are empowering agency personnel with comprehensive map production capabilities that enable them to produce highly accurate maps in an efficient manner, both of which are crucial for military and intelligence personnel charged with making split-second, informed decisions.