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Highlights from Intergraph Geospatial 2013 Webinar

As Geo-folks are already aware, Intergraph Corporation released its Geospatial Portfolio 2013 earlier in December 2012. The release happens to be unique as Intergraph Geospatial 2013 is the first and only comprehensive solution that connects all geospatial genres, integrating photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS into a streamlined system and comes from a single vendor. Intergraph has aptly branded this release as United, Modern and Dynamic.
GeoMedia 2013 - Performance metrics with the new caching mechanism
Intergraph's webinar, The Force that Drives Smarter Decisions: Intergraph Geospatial 2013 concluded few minutes earlier showcased the bright aspects of the unified release and its benefits to a customer. I attended the webinar and went on to tweet what's new in the release. Here are the tweets which went live during the webinar.

World tour events are lined up starting this month to showcase the product capabilities.

Related Article(s): A First Look at New, Modern and Fast GeoMedia 2013


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