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MundoGEO seeks international trade professional

By Eduardo Freitas | 17h45, 07 de February de 2012

MundoGEO, leader on the systematization of events, magazine publishing and portals for the geotechnology industry in Latin America, is selecting professionals to take on the company’s international business sector.

The applicant must have at least three years of experience in the geotechnologies field, especially in the business or marketing sector, be fluent in English, preferably with good knowledge in Spanish and an entrepreneurial profile. The person interested must send a resume to emerson@mundogeo.com, along with a text (required) explaining why you want to work for MundoGEO.

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MundoGEO came about in 1998 with the mission of connecting the community of geomatics and geospatial solutions in Latin America. To that effect, it has three line of business: MundoGEO magazine, MundoGEO # Connect LatinAmerica annual event and several activities on the Internet, such as webinars, it has a big turn-up in all major social networks and a portal in three languages ​​with daily information.

MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica opens registration of success stories

By Alexandre Scussel | 14h49, 07 de February de 2012

LogoMundoGeoConnect 300x135 MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica opens registration of success storiesThe event MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica 2012, the largest gathering of geotechnology industry in Latin America, held May 29 thru 31 at the Frei Caneca Convention Center in Sao Paulo (SP), is selecting success stories in the area of ​​geospatial information sharing. The selected projects will be part of lectures and debates programming of the event. Click here to submit your work.

The authors of the chosen stories are invited to participate as speakers in the seminars and forums at MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica, presenting their work to an audience made up by users, technicians and decision makers of the geotechnology industry. Find out the complete event program.

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MundoGEO#Connect 2011

In 2011, more than 100 speakers and debaters were part of MundoGEO#Connect program, which took place from June 14 thru 16. Representatives of private companies, public institutions and nongovernmental organizations were there. Here’s everything that happened in MundoGEO#Connect 2011 and downloadable files of the lectures in pdf format.

“Since its very beginning, MundoGEO#Connect aims to be a collaborative event,” said Eduardo Freitas, technical coordinator. “We have done online surveys to define the format, themes and topics of the event, and now we have opened an opportunity for the community to submit their success stories,” he concludes.

Those interested in submitting a story to MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica in 2012 have until February 10 to send their sum-up and curriculum. The approved stories will be released on February 24, at the MundoGEO portal and site of the event.

> Registration for the event is already open. Click here to check the options for the courses, seminars and forums. Free admission to the expo.

About MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica

MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica 2012 is the largest annual event in the area of geotechnology and geospatial solutions and will take place between May 29 and 31 at the Frei Caneca Convention Center in Sao Paulo (SP). With the theme “Sharing information for a better world”, the expectation is to bring together 10,000 people in the field, between participants in the seminars, forums and courses, the expo visitors and people connected via webinar and social networks. The event is a creation of MundoGEO, with the support from IBGE, Emplasa, Sao Paulo City Hall, Embrapa Satellite Monitoring, Ministry of Defense of Geographical Service, among others. The event features several courses, seminars and forums, plus a marketplace with more than 70 global brands such as Google, Trimble, Hexagon, Erdas, DigitalGlobe, Leica, RapidEye, Astrium, GeoMax, Topcon, among others. Internationally, the event has the support of OGC, ISPRS, GITA, Directions Magazine, GIM International, V1 Magazine, Professional Surveyor and Geo Connexion. The first edition of MundoGEO#Connect took place between June 14 and 16 of 2011 in Sao Paulo (SP), bringing together over 7500 people.

About MundoGEO

MundoGEO, sponsor of the MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica event, is a communication company that since its founding in 1998, has a mission to connect and integrate the community of geomatics and geospatial solutions in Latin America. For that, it uses MundoGEO magazine and the internet through social networks, webinars and MundoGEO portal in Portuguese, Spanish and English. All these activities are part of more than 100 thousand professionals, positioning the company as a leader in Latin America and one of the world’s leading companies in this sector.

208 km² of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest verified in the last two months of 2011

By Alexandre Scussel | 13h56, 07 de February de 2012

Deter, a system based on satellites of Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais – Inpe), has warned 207,59 km² of clearing or degradation in the Amazon rainforest. The number represents the sum of alerts recorded in the last two months of 2011.

Between November and April, which is the rainy season in the Amazon, the observation through satellites becomes harder due to the intensity of clouds covering the region. Thus Inpe groups these two months, although the system continues the regular operation and sends data to Ibama throughout this time.

Yellow dots on the map below represent the location of an alert issued by Deter. Pink areas are places that could not be monitored due clouds coverage.

Deter Amazonia novembro 208 km² of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest verified in the last two months of 2011

Alert Map of November, when 47% of the Legal Amazon area remained covered by clouds

Deter Amazonia dezembro 208 km² of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest verified in the last two months of 2011

Alert Map of December, when 44% of the Amazon area remained covered by clouds

Due to cloud cover variation between two months, also to satellite resolution, Inpe does not recommend to compare data from different months or years obtained by Deter.

Deter

Performed by the Earth Observation Coordination, Deter is a service aimed to monitor deforestation and forest degradation in the Amazon, based on satellite data of high revisiting frequency.

Deter system produces Amazon deforestation alerts, which guide supervision and ensure effective actions of forest clearing control. Although its data is released monthly or bimonthly, Deter results have been sent to Ibama – responsible to overseeing warning areas – almost daily.

Source: Inpe

Aveva opens new office in Genoa, Italy

By Alexandre Scussel | 13h45, 07 de February de 2012

Aveva, engineering software provider to the plant, power and marine industries, announced today it has opened a new office in Genoa, Italy to support the growing Italian market. The office will offer sales and support for all Aveva’s products and solutions, as well as hosting training courses and customer events.

“Aveva’s product portfolios, particularly our Engineering & Design solutions in the plant and marine markets, has seen a significant growth in demand across Italy over the last year”, said Daniel Gennaro, Country Manager – Italy, Aveva. “In order to expand our services and support capabilities we required a space that reflects our rapidly expanding market position and will enable us to realise our growth objectives. The new office enables us to host key customers and prospects due to its locality, as well as the ability to offer essential product and solution services, such as onsite training”.

Fredy Ktourza, Senior Vice President West EMEA added, “Genoa has a long tradition in the power, metal and shipbuilding industries and is an ideal location. It supports our drive to continue winning market share against our competitors and it will allow us to play a much greater role in the Italian market”.

AVEVA has over 120 customers in Italy including major owner operators and EPCs in industries such as Power and Oil & Gas and shipbuilding.

In october 2011, the company announced its expansion within the Latin America region with recent significant customer wins and 60 full time staff as it continues its rapid growth.

Vacancies with Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency available

By Alexandre Scussel | 13h34, 07 de February de 2012

The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (Cdema) Coordinating Unit (CU) is inviting applications for the posts of Community Disaster Planning Specialist; Education and Training Specialist; Education and Training Specialist and Education and Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) Manager.  Location: Bridgetown, Barbados.

The Community Disaster Planning Specialist will liaise with and maintain a close working relationship with National Disaster Offices, Government departments, NGOs, civil society and community groups, when appropriate.

The Education and Training Specialist (ETS) will be responsible for the coordination, design and implementation of Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) education and training programmes in support of capacity building within Participating States (PS) and the Coordinating Unit (CU) for the achievement of CDM priority Outcomes.

The Mitigation and Preparedness Specialist (MPS) will focus on strengthening of the national programmes in Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and climate change issues and providing support to Participating States (PS) in the utilization of the ICT applications for DRM particularly Geographic Information Science (GIS) and remote sensing applications.

The ICT Manager will provide leadership to the CDEMA CU in the area of internal LAN Management, and the expansion of the Information and Communication Technologies to manage the Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) process. He/she will also provide leadership in the elaboration and implementation of the ICT policy for the CDEMA CU.

Send applications, including Resume, three (3) testimonials and copies of certificates via email to hr@cdema.org. Quote selection process number: CDEMA-CU/CDM-HIP/08; CDEMA-CU/CDM-HIP/06; CDEMA-CU/CDM-HIP/05; and CDEMA-CU/CDM-HIP/07 respectively. Application Deadline Date: February 21, 2012.

Blue Marble releases GeoCore 2012 featuring improved LiDAR API

By Alexandre Scussel | 13h13, 07 de February de 2012

Blue Marble Blue Marble releases GeoCore 2012 featuring improved LiDAR APIBlue Marble Geographics announces the release of GeoCore 2012, the all-in-one data conversion developer toolkit for geospatial data. The updated version of GeoCore features GeoCalc 6.5, GeoTransform 6.2, and GeoTranslate 5.2. If desired, the latest versions of these software development kits are also available for individual purchase. When combined into GeoCore users can seamlessly work with any Blue Marble data conversion toolkit in the same development environment to build powerful geospatial software. Whether your application requires coordinate, vector, CAD, raster, 2D or 3D geospatial data handling, GeoCore enables developers to address a variety of unique data transformation challenges quickly and efficiently, freeing up time for you to concentrate on your organizations core offerings.

Within GeoCore 2012, developers will have access to the GeoCalc 6.5 coordinate transformation library and toolkit, which showcases a new vertical height offset method, as well as support for various new height models including the Australian Geoid Model of 2009 (AusGeoid09), OSU91A, Netherlands Vertical Model of 2004, Danish Vertical Reference of 1990, Référent Altimétrique France Continentale 2009, Référent Altimétrique Corse 2009, Swedish Geoid Model of 2008, and South African Geoid Model of 2010 (SAGeoid2010). The new vertical height offset method even allows users to create custom offsets from defined Geoids. In adding support for some thirty different Geoid models worldwide, GeoCore has become the essential tool for LiDAR post-processing workflows.  Additionally, accuracy measurements have been added to all datum transformations to assist users with selecting the most appropriate datum shift for a specific transformation.

GeoTransform 6.2 features improved support for larger LAS transformation and rendering, new code for reading coordinate system and geospatial object definitions from GML, WKT, and WKB along with updates for GeoCalc 6.5 compatibility. This includes the new height models for Australia, South Africa, Netherlands, Denmark and France.

GeoTranslate 5.2, the final addition to GeoCore 2012, is the most recent version of the toolkit. It has a newly added CAD to CAD converter for supporting block and cell preservation, improved speed and disc caching for large file formats, a new spatial index class for quicker access to geodetic files, extended geometry and attribute processing architecture and provides updated support for GeoCalc 6.5 compatibility.

GeoCore 2012 provides software developers with the coordinate transformation and definition powers GIS experts have come to rely on with GeoCalc, plus the ability to handle all of your raster and vector file format and geometry needs with GeoTranslate and GeoTransform. OEM Partners of Blue Marble span many verticals in geospatial software and include Saab Engineering, IHS Energy, Avenza Systems, Merrick & Company, Carlson Software, Optech Inc, and many others.  Look for these new features in these and other software products over the next few years.

“Not only is GeoCore a file translation tool that can process large files and tons of data quickly, but it has become the essential tool for converting data while handling the complex vertical coordinate systems challenges the industry has come to expect” explained Blue Marble President Patrick Cunningham. “With GeoCore you have all you need. If your software can’t handle the Z, then you can’t really handle LiDAR”.

SimActive’s software selected by IIC Technologies

By Alexandre Scussel | 10h58, 07 de February de 2012

SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, is pleased to announce that IIC Technologies has purchased multiple licenses of its Correlator3D product.  The transaction was brokered by Groupe SCE India, SimActive’s partner in India.

“The high throughput and quality expected from Correlator3D puts us in a better position to undertake more challenging projects”, said Dinesh Vakati, Production Manager at IIC Technologies. “This software augments our current photogrammetry capabilities to process large projects for our global customer base.”

“With the ability to process vast amounts of images efficiently, Correlator3D is an important step in expanding IIC’s production capability for its growing customer base,” said Dr. Philippe Simard, President of SimActive. “Leveraging the GPU and intuitive, interactive editing tools, Correlator3D is at the forefront of photogrammetry solutions”.

For a live demonstration of Correlator3D at the India Geospatial Forum 2012 (February 7-9, Gurgaon, India), please send an email to sales@simactive.com or visit booth 29.

UAE University receive GIS training with SuperGIS Desktop 3

By Alexandre Scussel | 10h49, 07 de February de 2012

 

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 UAE University receive GIS training with SuperGIS Desktop 3

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1

SuperGeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced that the Department of Geography and Urban Planning, UAE University, selected SuperGIS Desktop and GIS Learning CD for its GIS teaching. Evolving GeoSystems, SuperGeo’s distributor in UAE, further offers the product training for improving the knowledge and skills to implement GIS applications at the University.

Founded in 1976 and located in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates University is one of the oldest and foremost comprehensive National Universities which comprises the faculties of Law, Sciences, Education, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, , and Information Technology, etc. United Arab Emirates University aims at being the world-class center for applied research.

After clearly understanding the capability and reliability of SuperGeo’s GIS products, United Arab Emirates University finally made the purchase of SuperGIS Desktop and GIS Learning CD on the recommendation of Evolving GeoSystems. These useful GIS tools enable the educators and learners to complete enormous GIS tasks such as data integration, editing, analysis, and management to increase the usability of spatial data.

Evolving GeoSystems is a renowned company providing professional GIS consulting services in the Gulf Region. Having knowledgeable staff, the company is able to offer the product training and timely technical support. With the valuable experiences and profitable outcomes, SuperGeo expects to continually promote SuperGIS products to the educational markets through improving win-win cooperation with Evolving GeoSystems.

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