Discover Luciad Technology on display at Geoint 2017

Discover Luciad Technology on display at Geoint 2017

At Geoint 2017 our technology will be on display at various stands. Be sure to stop by to discover how these companies use Luciad Technology to visualize their data. June 5-7, at Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antiono, Texas.

Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (Stand 1324) – Best browser view for Google Earth Enterprise

Thermopylae Sciences & Technology will demonstrate Thermopylae’s iSpatial product running with Luciad’s browser solution LuciadRIA. iSpatial features seamless 2D and 3D geo intelligence, connects directly to the newly open sourced Google Earth Enterprise Server to ingest high quality terrain and imagery.

Oracle (Stand 1939) – 3D City Models for Urban Mission Planning

Luciad will showcase the power of its desktop and browser solutions for geo intelligence in combination with the Oracle technology stack. Demonstrations will include the use of realistic 3D city models in CityGML format served from an Oracle Spatial database for use in urban mission planning, drone detection, and other smart city use cases.

Polaris-ISS (Stand 561) – LuciadLightspeed V2017 features ready-to-use HMI

Polaris-ISS will showcase the latest 2017 version of LuciadLightspeed that now features a ready-to-use HMI with intuitive drag-and-drop functionality, measurement tools in 2D and 3D, and ingest of various sources of data including massive point clouds (LiDAR). They will also give expert hands-on advice on how best to integrate LuciadLightspeed into your work flow.

Polaris-ISS are expert service providers with U.S. security cleared personnel that can facilitate complex system design, development/training, and/or accreditation utilizing any amount of the technology.

Special Operations Solutions LLC (Stand 1129) – GEOFOCIS application based on LuciadLightspeed

GEOFOCIS embeds the LuciadLightspeed engine and uses it to display a 3D globe with high-resolution reference imagery, road networks, AIS, radar and real-time video-on-terrain. It further augments the display with feature data, such as previous sensor detections, stored in its geospatial database.

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