Reliable, advanced functionality extends Z/I Imaging's leadership in data capture and image management among state DOTs.

Z/I Imaging Corporation, an Intergraph Company in Huntsville, Ala., is showcasing the Digital Mapping Camera (DMC), its high-resolution, frame-based digital camera; TerraShare, its image management and distribution system; and ImageStation SSK, its photogrammetric production workstation for Departments of Transportation (DOTs) in booth 23 at the International Highway Engineering Exchange Program (HEEP) in Cheyenne, Wyo. this week. With more than 30 years of experience serving DOTs, Z/I Imaging solutions can be found in 24 DOTs nationwide.

With the addition of TerraShare, Z/I Imaging provides DOTs the solution needed to resolve their image production management problems. TerraShare eliminates the nightmare of tracking geoimaging data (imagery, DTMs and digitized raster graphics) across the enterprise and allows instant access to users within the production cycle, increasing productivity throughout the workflow. With five new DOT project implementations over the past year, Z/I Imaging's TerraShare is quickly becoming the preferred image management solution for [many] DOTs. Kansas, Tennessee, New York, New Mexico and Florida DOT all rely on TerraShare to help engineering, planning and administration professionals throughout the agencies integrate terabytes of imagery into their workflows. TerraShare supercharges the access and display of imagery by submitting statewide raster layers to the industry's most popular CAD and GIS applications.

Joe Bima, Industry Consultant, Z/I Imaging, will present geoimaging enterprise solutions in "An Enterprise Image Management and Distribution Solution" at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the HEEP conference. In partnership with the Kansas DOT Planning Office, Bima will delve into how to get the data direct to the end-user and explore the value, concepts, technologies and methodologies for DOTs to maximize their geoimaging data throughout their enterprise.

Source: Z/I Imaging