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Geospatial experts Laser-Scan are pleased to announce membership of Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions Team GeoMedia Registered Solutions Center (RSC) program. The aim of this programme is to help non-reselling partners build long-term relationships with Intergraph customers.
Duncan Guthrie, Laser-Scan's Sales and Marketing Director, says:
"The Team GeoMedia program offers an excellent avenue for us to share our technology and expertise with Intergraph's network of partners and users. This step further cements Laser-Scan's relationship with Intergraph and our commitment to deploying our Radius Topology product within the GeoMedia environment."
Radius Topology is an advanced spatial processing environment, which extends the Oracle9i database and provides dramatic improvements to the speed and consistency of spatial data handling. Working behind the scenes, Radius Topology automatically adds topological intelligence to data; existing Oracle spatial software and GIS applications, such as Intergraph's GeoMedia, can continue unchanged. Radius Topology brings the advantages of GIS to all users within the IT environment, no specialist knowledge is necessary.
Laser-Scan and Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions have created an interactive demonstration to show the capability of Radius Topology when working with GeoMedia WebMap Professional 5.0. The demonstration gives users the chance to see exactly how Radius Topology can be used to enhance spatial queries with advanced spatial relationship management. The demonstration can be accessed via the Radius Topology website, visitors can request their free username and password at http://www.radius.laser-scan.com/demos/intergraph_demo.htm.
See Radius Topology in action at Intergraph's GeoSpatial World exhibition, taking place May 19 - 21 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Visit Laser-Scan at booth 601. For more information about Laser-Scan's activities at GeoSpatial World please visit http://www.radius.laser-scan.com/events/geospatialworld2003.htm