Tuesday, January 13, 2009

LuciadEarth software at DGI 2009

LuciadEarth, software targeted for defence applications, is scheduled to be launched at DGI 2009 conference, taking place in London on 19-22 January, 2009. The software has been specifically developed as a high performance, tile-based visualisation engine for virtually unlimited datasets in Command and Control environments. The technology is claimed to improve the Commander’s situational awareness to unprecedented levels by its ability to fuse raster and vector data of the entire Earth to any level of resolution. Combined with the high performance and high precision visualisation in 2D and 3D of the LuciadMap product suite, LuciadEarth is expected to open up a tremendous amount of new possibilities in surveillance, mission execution and real-time targeting.

DGI 2009 is Europe’s major annual gathering dedicated to high-level discussion addressing the major challenges of the defense and government geospatial intelligence community.

About Luciad
Luciad provides software solutions for high performance visualization of geospatial information. Luciad’s software components are the building blocks for mission-critical Command and Control systems.

Luciad’s core product is LuciadMap, a software solution that system integrators and original equipment manufacturers can easily integrate into their existing systems. LuciadMap can handle large numbers of static and moving data on top of geographical information, including maps, satellite imagery, and terrain elevation in many different formats and references to achieve a high situational awareness.

Dedicated to providing its clients with the best possible service, Luciad Professional Services will assess advanced system requirements and assist system integrators with the implementation of fully integrated solutions.

Luciad’s international customer base includes NATO, DGA, DCNS, Thales, EADS, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, SIAC, Harris, Thales Raytheon Systems, DRDC, DSTA, SAGEM, Saab, Terma, Patria and Havelsan.


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