Laser-Scan displayed its latest product, Radius Topology, and also its generalisation technology.

Laser-Scan announced that visitors to the prestigious Intergeo event in Frankfurt last week were impressed with Laser-Scan's array of advanced technology.

Laser-Scan's latest product, Radius Topology, was the subject of much attention from a wide range of industries. Representatives from utility companies and government agencies alike were bowled over by the performance benefits that Radius Topology offers to the Oracle9i environment.

Also on show was Laser-Scan's generalisation technology, which enables organisations to derive many products from a single database. Mapping organisations were interested to see a preview of Laser-Scan's Clarity product. The development of Clarity is being driven by MAGNET (Mapping Agencies Generalisation Network); the functionality is guided by the requirements of the member organisations.

Laser-Scan exhibited at Intergeo in partnership with GeoCad, a German photogrammetry and engineering services bureau (