Rheticus at INTERGEO 2017 with Hexagon Geospatial

Rheticus at INTERGEO 2017 with Hexagon Geospatial

INTERGEO 2017 will be held next 26-28 September in Berlin, Germany.

INTERGEO is one of the most important events in the geospatial information and land management market. More than 550 exhibitors
from over 30 countries and more than 17.000 visitors will meet to discover and discuss about Smart City and BIM, UAV and smart mapping, from examples of geo-intelligence to augmented and virtual reality applications.

This year, Planetek Italia, partnering with Hexagon Geospatial, will present its award winning geoinformation service platform, Rheticus®, and Rheticus® Network Alert, based on Hexagon's Smart M.App technology.

Rheticus®, is a disruptive geoinformation service, which uses Copernicus Sentinel data to deliver industry-focused maps, geoanalytics, alerts and reports for land, infrastructures and resources monitoring. Rheticus® Network Alert is a Smart M.App based on the Rheticus service designed for dynamic and continuous monitoring of water and sewer network risks.

Hexagon Geospatial will be displaying the latest solutions and innovations in both software platforms and industry-focused applications.

An Hexagon Geospatial's blog article explains how the Power Portfolio and Smart M.App geospatial platforms are giving answers and disruptive solutions for Big Data Management, image processing and exploitation, and the provision of dynamic data and geoanalytics to Smart City managers in Municipalities and organizations in charge of Land Management or Utilities.

Many are the use cases and innovation which will be showcased in the Hexagon Geospatial's Digital Realities booth in Hall 1.1 at Booth A1.024.

Hexagon Geospatial users and fans will have the opportunity to visit the booth and know more about ERDAS IMAGINE, GeoMedia, ImageStation, ERDAS APOLLO, ECW compression products, and the new software platforms M.App X for the defense and public safety industries, and the Hexagon Smart M.App portfolio.

To know more visit INTERGEO website.