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Global Geomatics Introduced “On-the-Fly” Interoperability for GIS Data 12.12.2001

December 12, 2001
Software permits access to geospatial data from many sources and more.

Global Geomatics Inc., Montreal, Canada, introduced MapFusion, software that permits access to geospatial data from many sources and formats without requiring pre-processing or time-consuming translations. MapFusion merges heterogeneous and distributed geospatial data files into one map. Multiple vector or image files regardless of their source coordinate systems or formats can be combined to form one map. The product displays tactical overlays atop geospatial data from any source. MapFusion supports interoperability between geospatial military standards and among GIS business packages. It can also retrieve data from proprietary and open GIS file formats. It operates in a broad variety of computing environments.