Orbit GT releases Orbit Mobile Mapping Publisher 10.4

Lokeren, Belgium, February 6th, 2013. Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies announces the release and availability of the Orbit Mobile Mapping Publisher version 10.4 “This great update of the worlds first producer-neutral Publisher for Mobile Mapping content is again a major breakthrough for all mobile mapping content producers worldwide”, says Peter Bonne, VP Business Development and Senior Product Manager at Orbit GT. “For the first time, mobile mapping content such as panoramic imagery and point cloud, can be published to the web and to mobile devices, regardless the system one uses for collection of the data. It will revolutionize the emerging mobile mapping business and make it’s content accessible for all. Come and take a look at ILMF, Denver next week.” The Orbit Mobile Mapping Publisher is a part of Orbit’s Mobile Mapping portfolio, together with Orbit Asset Inventory, a leading application for mobile mapping content management, feature extraction and content publishing worldwide. The Orbit Mobile Mapping Publisher delivers the content to the web, mobile platforms and a variety of hosts, making it the perfect solution for any organization or enterprise to share this valuable data and integrate it in existing business workflows. Current upgrade includes improved measurement, vector overlay management, metadata, elaborated integration options and more.

About Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies

Orbit Geospatial Technologies (Orbit GT) is located in Lokeren, Belgium. Privately owned, Orbit GT has developed high level and multi-platform GIS solutions gaining market leadership in government, public safety and mapping industry businesses. For more information, please contact Web www.orbitgis.com

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