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MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica 2014 website is now available

By Alexandre Scussel | 15h35, 11 de September de 2013

The fourth edition of the largest and most important conference and trade fair on geospatial technologies in Latin America will be held from May 7 thru 9 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Check out the highlights of the 2014 edition in the event website

MundoGEOConnect 2014 novo site MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica 2014 website is now availableMundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica, Conference and Trade Fair on Geomatics and Geospatial Solutions, reaches its fourth edition and launches its new website. Since 2011 focusing on interaction and connectivity and bringing together experts, researchers, users and executives, MundoGEO#Connect has been revealing the geospatial market potential in Latin America, through a whole new concept of event.

In 2014 the conference and trade fair will be held from May 7 thru 9 May at the Frei Caneca Convention Center, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and its preliminary program in already available in the website. You can also access photos, videos, news, testimonials, information about exhibitors, location, hosting, exhibition floor, MundoGEO#Connect Awards, among others.

“In the fourth edition of MundoGEO#Connect, our focus is to strengthen partnerships with universities, bringing more participants from other Latin American countries and increasing the activities options for the geospatial solutions users. To make this possible, we are preparing a program with 20 courses, 7 seminars and 3 special events, offering interactive spaces that will promote the innovation”, says Emerson Granemann, director of MundoGEO#Connect.

MundoGEO#Connect trade fair brings together annually the greatest brands and companies in the geospatial industry. “Just eight months before the event, most of the booths are already sold or reserved. Companies as Hexagon , CPE Tecnologia , Alezi Teodolini , Furtado Schmidt, Santiago & Cintra Geo-Tecnologias, Somenge, Garmin, Carlson, Embratop and Santiago & Cintra Consultoria have already confirmed their participation”. Emerson also shares his feedback about the attendees profile of the previous edition.”In 2013, the event was attended by 3,540 people, as follows: 28% presidents and directors, 26% managers and coordinators, 37% from the technical sector and 9% were university students and professors. Our expectation is to attract more then 4,000 professionals that will attend the trade fair and the 30 activities planned for the 2014 conference”.

Visit MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica 2014 website and check out the conference program: https://mundogeoconnect.com/2014/. MundoGEO#Connect trade fair will have free access through previous registration. To attend the seminars, forums and courses, registration will be open in October. For further information , please contact us by e-mail connect@mundogeo.com or call +55 (41) 3338-7789 / (11) 4063-8848.

About MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica

MundoGEO#Connect LatinAmerica – Conference and Trade Fair on Geomatics and Geospatial Solutions – is the largest and most important event in Latin America in the geoinformation sector. The third edition was held from June 18 to 20 of 2013 in the Frei Caneca Convention Center, in Sao Paulo (SP), Brazil, with the main purpose to provide a new type of interactive experience between experts, researchers, end-users and industry operators using innovative models of dynamic models of debates and lectures, which favors the exchange of ideas and interaction among participants and panelists.

UN-Spider Technocal Advisory mission to Ghana

By Ivan Leonardi | 15h26, 11 de September de 2013

At the invitation of the Government of Ghana (National Disaster Management Organisation, NADMO) the UN-Spider Programme will conduct a Technical Advisory Mission (TAM) to Ghana from 25 to 29 November 2013.

GhanaExperts UN Spider Technocal Advisory mission to Ghana

Ghana’s Songor Lagoon seen from space (2000) Credits: Nasa

UN-Spider is currently compiling a list of experts from the space as well as the disaster/disaster-risk management community in order to have the mission team defined by the end of September. UN-Spider is looking for professionals from relevant institutions, organizations, companies or universities from the field of space technology and disaster/disaster-risk management who are already collaborating or are willing to collaborate in the future with the authorities or respective institutions in Ghana.

TAMs are part of UN-Spider’s Technical Advisory Support, one of the core activities of the Programme. TAM experts meet during the mission with key disaster management authorities in the Government, UN agencies, regional and international organizations or initiatives and private entrepreneurs to discuss the topic in depth, make recommendations and develop guidelines to improve the use of space-based information in disaster-risk management and emergency response.

If you are interested in joining the TAM, please send a short background, résumé or CV and a short indication of your current, planned or possible type of collaboration with Ghana to Mr Coen Bussink (coen.bussink@unoosa.org). The deadline for submission is 29 September 2013.

Faro’s All-New Edge ScanArm ES with Enhanced Scanning Technology

By Ivan Leonardi | 14h50, 11 de September de 2013

Faro Faro’s All New Edge ScanArm ES with Enhanced Scanning Technology Faro Technologies announced today it has released the all-new Edge Laser Line Probe ES. The flexibility of the FaroArm® combined with the power of the new Laser Line Probe creates the world’s smallest, lightest, and most affordable contact/non-contact portable measurement system, the Faro Edge ScanArm ES.

The ScanArm ES is the latest advancement in Faro’s Laser Line scanning sensors, featuring Enhanced Scanning Technology (EST). EST is the combination of multiple hardware and software improvements designed to boost performance by improving the ability to scan challenging surfaces. Materials with dark or reflective optical qualities can now be scanned with less effort and without the need for sprays or surface coatings.

“Scanning is becoming a big part of the metrology world and the improved performance of the ScanArm ES minimizes the challenges of capturing data on surfaces with less than ideal optical qualities,” said Orlando Perez, Faro’s Director of Product Management – FaroArm/ScanArm.

New and improved filtering algorithms automatically adjust and optimize the scanning parameters for plastic, metal, or a variety of surface finishes and colors. The new HDR (High Dynamic Range) Mode of the ScanArm ES lets users scan materials with contrasting colors (i.e. black and white) simultaneously.

“Our customers expect quality and innovation from our products and the new ScanArm ES delivers,” said Jay Freeland, President and CEO.

The Faro Edge ScanArm ES is the ideal tool for product development, inspection, and quality control and offers capabilities such as point cloud comparison with CAD, rapid prototyping, reverse engineering, and 3D modeling.

Mr. Perez concluded, “The ScanArm ES packs a big punch with the smallest form factor on portable arms in the industry and at an excellent price to performance value.”

FARO’s All-New Edge ScanArm ES with Enhanced Scanning Technology

SuperPad 3.1a to be released for improved accuracy and currency of GIS Data

By Ivan Leonardi | 14h24, 11 de September de 2013

SuperPad 3.1a for Windows Mobile to be Released for Improved Accuracy and Currency of GIS Data SuperPad 3.1a to be released for improved accuracy and currency of GIS DataSupergeo Technologies, provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced that SuperPad 3.1a, the full-function Mobile GIS software, will be released for improved accuracy and currency of GIS Data.

Especially designed for mobile GIS and outdoor mapping, SuperPad 3.1a is capable of helping surveyors carry out measurements, collect and edit spatial data with Windows Mobile devices, and greatly enhance the validity and usability of data.

In addition to supporting GPS satellite extension to comprehend real-time GPS signal information, the latest SuperPad 3.1a performs Online Map Tool that allows users to apply open map sources like OpenStreetMap as the basemap in field surveying. Moreover, the enhanced manipulation interface and editing function are available for supporting feature measurement and improving connection with SuperGIS Server services for data synchronization.

To improve the accuracy of field data collection, SuperPad 3.1a provides surveyors with GNSS driver to record the data through satellite signal. Therefore, they can load the collected data to SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a and adjust it with DGPS Add-on for precise data acquisition.

The free trial of SuperPad 3.1a is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6_mobile.aspx

Exelis delivers first-of-its-kind commercial payload to DigitalGlobe for WorldView-3 satellite

By Ivan Leonardi | 12h39, 11 de September de 2013

101209Worldview02 Exelis delivers first of its kind commercial payload to DigitalGlobe for WorldView 3 satelliteExelis (NYSE: XLS) has delivered an integrated, super-spectral payload consisting of a telescope, sensor and shortwave infrared system for the WorldView-3 satellite. WorldView-3 is the first multipayload, commercial satellite to carry such capabilities, and will allow DigitalGlobe to further expand its imagery product offerings.

“We met additional requirements and delivered the integrated, multimodality system within a tight timeframe,” said Kyle Schmackpfeffer, Exelis Geospatial Systems director of mapping and resource management and space situational awareness. “Meeting DigitalGlobe’s additional requirement for a shortwave infrared (SWIR) subsystem capability one year into the original contract demonstrates our agility and strong program execution.”

The SWIR bands will penetrate haze, fog, smog, dust, smoke, mist and cirrus clouds and allow clearer identification of materials not visible to the human eye. This is a capability that will be very useful in applications for oil, gas and vegetation and for a number of other uses. For example, the shortwave infrared capability will allow oil and gas companies better mineral characterization to build more accurate geological models for drilling.

“WorldView-3 is a strategic next step in DigitalGlobe’s mission to maximize value across an increasing range of customer applications, and the Exelis systems will play a role in helping us meet these goals,” said Dr. Walter Scott, Executive Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of DigitalGlobe. “We’re thrilled to continue our working relationship with Exelis in developing WorldView-3.”

DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite is scheduled to launch in mid-2014 and will be capable of as good as 0.25 meter resolution. The Exelis telescope and sensors offer new and enhanced applications including mapping; land classifications; disaster preparedness and response; soil and vegetation analysis; geology uses; environmental monitoring; and coastal applications.

Exelis was selected in 2010 to build the imaging system including the panchromatic and visible-near infrared (VNIR) multispectral sensor system and an optical telescope unit. Multispectral shortwave IR was added later to accommodate more robust capability needs and represents the first time SWIR has been available on a commercial satellite.

Exelis has designed and built imaging systems for each of DigitalGlobe’s current satellite constellation, including WorldView-1, WorldView-2, IKONOS, GeoEye-1, GeoEye-2 and QuickBird.

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