Attendees will get a sneak peek of CartêGraph's new products, including GEODATA engine and GEODATA desktop.

CartêGraph SystemsInc., Dubuque, Iowa, will be showcasing a look at its new ArcGIS embedded products at the 2005 ESRI User Conference in San Diego,Calif., July 26-28. Conference attendees, both government and utilities organizations, along with ESRI partners, are encouraged to stop by booth number 1823 to receive a sneak peek of the new products in the CartêGraph GIS Suite.

The CartêGraph GEODATA engine and GEODATA desktop will bring the power of CartêGraph's flex TECHNOLOGY -fully customizable software -to the geodatabase and make TRUE Public Works Management embedded in ArcGIS a reality. The new GEODATA engine provides the user with multiple geodatabase connections as well as view and edit functionality for geodatabase fields in the CartêGraph software with no redundant data entry. The software establishes live connections to the geodatabase. Other features include allowing the user to automatically create new fields in CartêGraph from the geodatabase, geocoding, maps in reports and maps in the citizen request module, CALL director.

The new GEODATA desktop provides CartêGraph flex FORMS inside of ArcGIS. It also allows for true Public Works Management inside of ArcGIS, highlighting fully functional pavement, sewer and water utilities management.

State and local governments can now leverage their investment in their ESRI ArcGIS solution, while also benefiting more from their CartêGraph Maintenance Management solution.

CartêGraph will officially release the new ArcGIS embedded products for purchase, including GEODATA engine and GEODATA desktop in October at the 2005 CartêGraph User Conference in Dubuque,Iowa.

Source: CartêGraph, July 18, 2005