Laser-Scan announced that a Linux version of its Gothic object-oriented database technology is now available.
Gareth Patterson, Director of Software at Laser-Scan says, "Gothic is the result of over 20 years' leading-edge development in the field of object oriented data management. As a result of customer feedback we have ported our well-proven technology to this increasingly prominent platform. Adoption of Linux is spreading through the industry at an impressive rate, becoming more and more accepted as a solution for enterprise-wide solutions and this matches exactly with Laser-Scan's company philosophy."
Gothic products are used extensively throughout the world by regional and national mapping organisations to maintain large and complex geospatial data investments. Customers include Ordnance Survey Great Britain, No1 AIDU (RAF), Land Information New Zealand and National Imagery and Mapping Agency in the USA.
Gothic is also available on Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Solaris 8.0.