Erdas / Intergraph Webinar – Raster-accelerate Your GIS Server

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST

Does your current GIS server application adequately manage and serve your raster imagery?  Unfortunately, many GIS server packages provide poor raster-serving performance with limited ability to handle increasing imagery storage requirements.

During this webinar, we will demonstrate the performance of ERDAS APOLLO Essentials – Image Web Server and its ability to seamlessly integrate with existing vector-based GIS servers such as Geomedia Webmap, ArcGIS Server, Geoserver and Autodesk Mapguide.

With minimal cost,  you can easily speed up your GIS server and distribute massive amounts of geospatial imagery to thousands of users, all from a single server.  Quickly access the information you need via multiple interfaces and protocols, with flexibility to access imagery using CAD, GIS, mobile, web and desktop applications.

Raster-accelerate Your GIS Server


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