Daniel Fourquet walks users through the process of using Python to create Add-Ins for ArcMap.
CoreLogic Integrates Geospatial Insurance Consortium (GIC) Imagery Into Underwriting Platform
Access to current, advanced aerial imagery offers comprehensive property assessment virtually and improved catastrophe response for insurance carriers. —
Irvine, Calif, USA, September 18, 2019 — CoreLogic ® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property analytics solutions provider, today announced the integration of the Geospatial Insurance Consortium (GIC) aerial imagery into the CoreLogic UnderwritingCenter™ virtual survey tool for insurance clients. CoreLogic is the first underwriting solutions provider to fully integrate GIC aerial imagery into its solution, which now provides insurers with an additional source of up-to-date imagery to virtually assess property exposure, condition and features, as well as survey post-catastrophe damage. Additionally, CoreLogic will integrate GIC aerial imagery into other solutions in the coming months, including its SkyMeasure roof measurement service.
The GIC is an insurance industry consortium developed by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) to provide insurance carriers with high resolution imagery as well as geospatial support and data. The integration of GIC for CoreLogic clients allows transactional access through the UnderwritingCenter to the center’s database of U.S. property aerial imaging, which is updated annually and as early as 24 hours following natural disasters.
“Through the GIC integration into the CoreLogic virtual survey tool, insurers have the most reliable analytics needed to...
LeddarTech Exhibiting and Presenting at a Series of Conferences on Automotive and Mobility LiDAR Technology this Fall
QUEBEC CITY, Sept. 18, 2019 (GLOBE
NEWSWIRE) -- LeddarTech®, an industry leader in LiDAR
technology providing the most versatile and scalable auto and mobility LiDAR platform, is
pleased to announce that it is participating in several exciting
events in North America and Europe in the coming months. These
events will give LeddarTech the opportunity to showcase the
, a 3D flash LiDAR powered by the LCA2
LeddarEngine™, designed explicitly for autonomous vehicles.
Join LeddarTech at AutoSens Brussels where we will be co-exhibiting with Westfield Technology Group, a UK based autonomous shuttle provider. LeddarTech will be showcasing its latest 3D solid-state LiDAR solution for autonomous shuttles and other autonomous vehicles, the recently launched, Leddar™ Pixell. This is also an opportunity for visitors to view Westfield’s widely adopted POD shuttle, which integrates LeddarTech’s solid-state LiDAR technology. On September 17th, Vincent Racine, Product Line Manager and Esteban Velasquez, Field Application Engineer from LeddarTech provided a product showcase presentation featuring the Leddar™ Pixell for delegates and the media.
September 25th-27th: Automotive...
The partnership will enable Dorsch to expand its digitalization services from planning to the entire construction lifecycle. DatuBIM™ provides digital monitoring and documentation of managerial and engineering construction processes and establishes a single, permanently updated source of digitized project assets from planning through execution and maintenance. As part of this strategic partnership Dorsch Group will sell, deliver and support DatuBIM™ services to customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, whether they undertake new infrastructure builds or rebuilds of existing infrastructure.
"We are excited to be working with such a well-established partner in the market as Dorsch Group to help customers across the DACH region to digitally transform and optimize their construction projects," said Tal Meirzon, CEO of Datumate. "Together we will drive the adoption of data analytics that delivers the insights companies really need."
"Our partnership with Datumate and the benefits of their digitalization platform for optimizing planning, project execution and assets management, strengthens our portfolio. Providing the most innovative technology helps to address the...
Now in its fourth year, in.sight is one of the largest technology conferences in the transportation industry, bringing service providers and fleet operations professionals together for more than three days of educational, networking and engagement opportunities.
"Each year, in.sight provides our customers and other industry professionals with an unparalleled opportunity to interact and share best practices on leveraging technology to make transportation safer and more efficient," said James Langley, senior vice president of Trimble's Transportation Sector. "We look forward to hosting our event in Orlando in 2020 and continuing to provide a forum for these important discussions."
From notable speakers and networking opportunities to hands-on experiences with new technology solutions, in.sight offers attendees valuable content to help them reach new levels of performance and safety. The 2020 event will build on this commitment, featuring hundreds of educational sessions, notable speakers, customer awards and extensive networking opportunities.
The 2019 in.sight user conference + expo is taking place from September 15-18 at the...
The first GNSS survey smart antenna using next-generation ASIC technology to deliver best-in-class, industry-leading performance and precision
MIAMI, Sept. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Today, at the INTERGEO expo and conference in Stuttgart, Germany and the ION GNSS+ conference in Miami, FL, USA, Hemisphere GNSS announces its next-generation multi-frequency, multi-GNSS S621 GNSS survey smart antenna. The all-new S621 is a complete redesign of the previous generation version (S321+) and offers added benefits and value to an already impressive range of features and functionality.
Powered by the all-new Phantom™ 40 GNSS OEM board, the S621 survey smart antenna processes and supports over 800 channels with flexible and scalable simultaneous tracking of every modern and planned GNSS constellation and signal including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou (including Phase 3), Galileo, QZSS, IRNSS, SBAS, and Atlas® L-band. The Phantom 40 GNSS OEM board is powered by Hemisphere's recently announced next-generation Lyra™ II digital ASIC, Aquila™ wideband RF ASIC, and Cygnus™ interference mitigation technology.
The S621 comes standard with two long-life lithium batteries supplying more than 12 hours of operation. The batteries are hot-swappable so you can change them without stopping work, maximizing your efficiency and ROI.
The S621 combines Hemisphere's Athena™ GNSS engine and Atlas L-band correction technologies with a new WebUI, offering an unparalleled level...
September 18, 2019: geospatial news featuring DMI, CoreLogic, INTERGEO, Septentrio, Artisense, and USGIF.
Near-real time vessel identification and route
@AirbusSpace #OceanFinder #AIS
Toulouse, 18 September 2019 – Airbus Defence and Space has released the latest version of OceanFinder, its digital maritime service to detect, identify and track collaborative and non-collaborative vessels around the globe.
First launched in 2018, OceanFinder leverages Airbus’ advanced constellation of optical and radar satellites, combined with real-time global Automatic Identification System (AIS) data, and the latest in automated analytics, to support a broad range of critical applications across defence and security, shipping, oil and gas, and insurance markets.
OceanFinder’s latest updates introduce a number of innovative features – extending the service’s capabilities in several key areas. From today, users will benefit from enhanced imagery and AIS data correlation to identify the precise location of a non-responding vessel in near real-time. This development has been combined with the latest in fully-automated detection and classification, which utilises powerful proprietary algorithms to determine a vessel’s identity in just a few seconds. Subsequently, Airbus’ human analysts are able to focus on providing additional, value-added intelligence, such as interpretation of specific behaviour or threats, without delaying a report’s delivery. New tools have also been incorporated to provide the most relevant acquisition plan to predict routes and projected locations of vessels, based on last position, date, trajectory and speed.
Trimble Enhances its Indoor Mobile Mapping Solution with New Software for Improved Workflow and Results
STUTTGART, Germany, Sept. 17, 2019 — Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) introduced today two new software releases designed to further simplify and improve the workflow for indoor mobile mapping, while also improving the final map products that the Trimble® Indoor Mobile Mapping Solution (TIMMS) produces.
The announcement was made today at INTERGEO 2019, the world’s largest conference on geodesy, geoinformatics and land management.
TIMMS is the optimal fusion of technologies for capturing spatial data of indoor and other difficult environments for GNSS. It provides both LiDAR and spherical video, enabling the creation of accurate, real-life representations of interior spaces and all of their contents. The maps are geo-located, meaning that the real-world positions of each area of the building and its contents are known and can be easily placed and oriented in a wide area model.
“Trimble continues to innovate for the indoor mapping surveyors with ongoing improvements and support for the TIMMS product line,” said Kevin Andrews, director of Indoor Mapping at Applanix, a Trimble Company. “Today we are releasing new, updated versions of TIMMS Spatial Processor as well as an updated version of TIMMS Control and Data Acquisition software. These new versions represent significant improvements for TIMMS users, including improved control of...