HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Dec. 6, 2005- Intergraph Corporation
AAMHatch will go into production with its Intergraph DMC in early 2006, providing both small and large-scale digital images to customers. The DMC's streamlined digital processes allow for a more integrated and effective production process with a quicker turnaround of production ready data, facilitating a fast and effective route to market for both AAMHatch and its customer base.
"We have seen an increased demand for imagery from corporate clients, governments and utilities in the Asia Pacific region. Intergraph's DMC will allow us to provide best-in-class digital imagery with unmatched clarity and precision," said Brian Nicholls, general manager, AAMHatch. "Intergraph's high-quality DMC fits our existing workflows and allows us to perform large-scale photography with high resolution as well as small-scale work. The camera's versatility will enable us to meet a broad range of customer requirements - providing timely and quality deliverables to assist with our clients' business processes." Tim Mahoney, vice president, Asia Pacific, Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure, said, "AAMHatch's selection of Intergraph's DMC brings some of the most advanced digital imagery technology available today to Australia. The DMC offers more flexibility and accuracy than any other large format digital camera on the market - enabling users to process imagery faster, produce better quality deliverables and collect data easier for more efficient digital image analysis and delivery."
About AAMHatchAAMHatch is Australia's leading survey and mapping company with a strong presence throughout the Asia Pacific region. The company specializes in aerial imaging and remote sensing, including photography, airborne laser scanning (LiDAR), video and thermal imagery. AAMHatch provides a range of advanced systems for the collection, storage, analysis and presentation of spatial information and rapidly adopts the latest technologies to the benefit of their clients. AAMHatch's advanced capabilities are built upon the core disciplines of surveying, aerial mapping and geographic information systems (GIS).
Source: 2005 Intergraph Corporation, December 6, 2005.