HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--Intergraph Corp. presented the Carl Pulfrich Award today at the ISPRS Workshop in Hannover to Markus Gerke, Sönke Müller, and Andreas Busch. Intergraph Z/I Imaging sponsors the award to promote outstanding scientific, application-oriented design and/or manufacturing activities in the field of photogrammetry and remote sensing, including earth imaging applications. The biennial award honors the memory of Dr. Carl Pulfrich, a member of the scientific staff at Carl Zeiss from 1890 to 1927, during which time he directed the design of the first stereo photogrammetric and surveying instruments from Zeiss.
Markus Gerke, Sönke Müller, and Andreas Busch will share in a monetary gift of $7,500 (U.S.) and the distinguished 2007 Carl Pulfrich Award plaque at the conference.
Dr. Mostafa Madani, Intergraph Chief Photogrammetrist, said, "I am delighted to present this award to such a worthy group. As the chairman of the 2007 Carl Pulfrich Award Council, I am proud to honor the memory of Carl Pulfrich. This award underscores Intergraph's long-standing commitment to the earth imaging and photogrammetric industry and the customers we serve."
During the conference, Intergraph is showcasing its solutions that support end-to-end digital photogrammetric workflow. Providing end-to-end data storage and distribution and digital acquisition and production tools, Intergraph offers faster image processing and production, better-quality deliverables and easier data collection for more efficient digital image analysis and delivery.
For more detailed information on the 2007 Carl Pulfrich Award Program, visit http://
www.intergraph.com/promo/carlpulfrichaward. For more information on the ISPRS Workshop, visitwww.ipi.uni-hannover.de/.
Intergraph Corporation is a leading global provider of spatial information management (SIM) software. Security organizations, businesses and governments in more than 60 countries rely on the Company's spatial technology and services to make better and faster operational decisions. Intergraph's customers organize vast amounts of complex data into understandable visual representations, creating intelligent maps, managing assets, building and operating better plants and ships, and protecting critical infrastructure and millions of people around the world. For more information, visitwww.intergraph.com.
Source: Intergraph, May 29, 2007.
Intergraph Announces 2007 Carl Pulfrich Award
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