Geospace Inc. announced the release of FeatureObjeX 1.0, a new user-friendly software tool for the automatic and semi-automatic extraction of visual features in satellite and aerial images designed to minimize image analysis time.
Albuquerque, NM – July 2, 2008:
Geospace Inc., a provider of geospatial information and solutions, announced
the release of FeatureObjeX 1.0, a new user-friendly software tool for the
automatic and semi-automatic extraction of visual features in satellite and
aerial images designed to minimize image analysis time.
“We are pleased
to announce the release of FeatureObjeX 1.0, the most valuable feature extraction
tool on the market,” said Michael Hollis, President and CEO of Geospace Inc. “FeatureObjeX can considerably reduce the
time of feature extraction tasks – allowing for greater productivity.”
other Automatic Feature Extraction tools that require users to spend
significant time training and configuring the tool to extract specific
features, FeatureObjeX allows users to begin producing useful results
immediately with its easy to use and intuitive feature markup tools. Such tools
provide a substantially faster approach to delineating features of interest
compared to traditional manual digitization tools. After a few features have been marked up in an
image, users can automatically delineate all similar features in the same image,
or other similar images, saving substantial analysis time.
Perkins, lead FeatureObjeX Software Developer at Geospace Inc., notes, “FeatureObjeX
1.0 incorporates feedback we received from users of the pre-release version and
includes new features, such as attaching attributes to feature layers and improved
access to PostGIS and Google Earth. Most importantly we have included a new
user-interactive “Active Fill” markup tool that is both very fast and very accurate.
In feature extraction both speed and accuracy are essential and we have brought
these together in FeatureObjeX 1.0.”
will be distributed worldwide by PCI Geomatics, a world leading developer of
software and solutions for geospatial imaging applications, as well as by their
introductory pricing is now available until August 31. To learn more about downloading a free trial
of FeatureObjeX 1.0, please contact Geospace Inc. and/or PCI Geomatics for more
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Geospace Inc. Announces Release of FeatureObjeX 1.0
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